Ohio Dog Bite Attorney Rick Zurz

Who I am:

Attorney Rick ZurzI was born in Akron, Ohio on June 30, 1957. I attended college at Bowling Green State University, graduating in 1979. I went on to law school at the University of Akron and received both my Law Degree and my Master’s Degree in Taxation in 1982. Therefore, I have been practicing law for almost 30 years and have handled thousands of cases.

How I Will Serve You:

Like all the attorneys at Slater & Zurz, LLP, I am focused on getting the best results for my clients in the fastest way possible. I get those results by meticulously investigating, researching and preparing your case while aggressively pursuing it. I want to understand every detail and provide my clients with all the information and advice to make decisions that are in their best interest. By taking this approach, I am able to resolve most issues amicably and without the need for a trial. However, if a trial in a court of law is necessary, I bring extensive experience and a respected reputation as a very effective litigator with a proven track record of success.

Why I Practice Law:

I firmly believe that every person, no matter who you are, where you live or how much money you have is entitled to justice in our legal system. The judicial system is often times adversarial and my passion lies with helping all my clients prevail in that system.

Bar Admissions

Ohio, 1982
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio, 1982

Education

University of Akron School of Law, Akron, Ohio
J.D. – 1982

University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
Master of Taxation – 1982
Bowling Green State University
B.S. – 1979

Professional Associations and Memberships

Akron Bar Association, Member
Ohio State Bar Association, Member
American Bar Association, Member
Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers, Member
American Association for Justice, Member

Please call me at 1-800-297-9191 to discuss your dog bite case for FREE. You are under no obligation to hire my law firm. You can also reach me by sending a Website Message about your dog bite case.