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Virginia’s Go To Lawyers – Workers’ Comp Law: Jaleh K. Slominski

slominski_jalehJaleh K. Slominski
Slominski Law PC


University of Kentucky
Duquesne University School of Law

Best known for:

Workers’ compensation, representing injured workers.

Signature case:

Most recently, I represented the widow whose husband died of COVID, which she believed he contracted while working as a CNA in an assisted living facility. The claim was denied. Both she and her husband were hard-working salt-of-the-earth people who were loved by all. The widow came to be in despair not knowing what to do. We were able to counsel her and obtain a generous settlement which helped alleviate her financial burden after such a tragic loss.

Most satisfying:

Representing hard-working individuals who cannot effectively deal with the legal system and shielding them from being taken advantage of by the insurance company.

Working with clients:

I treat each person with kindness, respect and listen to their specific issues and concerns. Most people have never been through the litigation process and find it intimidating. I help them understand what benefits are available under the law, how the process works and that it takes time. I am upfront about the pros and cons of their case and guide them each step of the way. Many times the family is suffering hardship from the loss of income and I make sure they know I am here during this difficult time and am fighting for their benefits. I am fortunate to have represented wonderful families who have become lifelong friends.

Best career advice:

My daddy always told me to “do your best and be your best.” Very simple words, but full of integrity and wisdom that transcends all areas of life.

Looking ahead:

The mediation program has grown exponentially over the past few years and has been very effective. I expect to see continued growth with more mediations and fewer litigated issues.