Slater & Slater, P.C. - Frederick, MD

129 West Patrick StreetSuite 9Frederick, MD 21701- 5682

Updated: 09/19/2018

Frederick Social Security Disability Law Firm


The Law Offices of Thomas G. Slater, P.C. has been operating since October 1, 1996. Mr. Slater has been a practicing attorney for over twenty years.

The firm's areas of concentration are representation of Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claimants, as well as juvenile, traffic and criminal law. In addition the practice includes domestic litigation (divorce, custody, adoption), personal injury, collections, simple estates and preparation of wills and...


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