John Walt began practicing law in 1980 having graduated from the University of Michigan in 1977 and the University of Detroit Law in 1980.
He has successfully won many verdicts in all the major courts in Michigan and he is licensed before all of them:
- United States Federal Court
- United States Social Security Disability Courts
- Michigan Supreme Court
- Michigan Court of Appeals
- Michigan State Circuit Courts
- Michigan State Workers Compensation Courts
His practice areas have taken him to courts all over the state to Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City and points in between.
Mr. Walt meets with all of his clients personally and encourages regular telephone contacts with each of his clients.
He is an experienced, dedicated and aggressive attorney and will take your case from beginning to end.
Howard Slusky has been practicing law for over 37 years. He is a founding member of the firm Slusky & Walt, P. C. He attended Wayne State University and received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Psychology, graduating in 1975. He attended the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, graduating in 1978 with a Juris Doctor degree with distinction. The firm Slusky & Walt, P.C. specializes in all serious personal injury and death claims. Mr. Slusky’s specialty is handling Social Security Disability and Workers’ Disability Compensation cases, collecting millions of dollars in benefits for thousands of claimants.
In the area of workers’ disability compensation law, Mr. Slusky has successfully tried numerous cases with successful appeals to the Michigan Supreme Court. In the area of Social Security Disability law, Mr. Slusky has handled thousands of hearings with an outstanding success rate. He has also handled successful appeals in the Federal Court system, arguing appeals at the United States District Court and United States Court of Appeals.
Howard Slusky is a licensed attorney with the State of Michigan with professional association memberships with the Workers’ Compensation and negligence section of the State Bar of Michigan, Michigan association for Justice, and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.