Bagley, Hatcher & Perry (The Sloan Firm; www.SloanFirm.com)
is launching a series of community and business outreach programs to
address the needs of the growing Hispanic and Latino American*
population in Texas.
The Sloan Firm was established in 1980 in Longview and opened an office
in Houston in 2010. The Sloan Firm has an impressive track record in
negotiations and litigation in its primary practice areas, which include general
practice law and personal injury law. The firms attorneys have
experience in commercial law, employment law, insurance litigation, and
oil and gas compensation law. The Sloan Firm also has secured
settlements on behalf of its clients in cases involving sexual
abuse, sexual harassment, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury,
drunk driving accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents,
highway defects, burn injuries, and wrongful death.
Attorneys at Sloan, Bagley, Hatcher & Perry are highly qualified
advocates for the rights of individuals to protect and preserve their
dignity, wellbeing and livelihood. Our legal team takes great pride in
helping victims of personal injury throughout the United States to
recover damages from accidents or intentional acts that have harmed
them, explained Kevin Fullen, administrator for The Sloan Firm and
coordinator of this new firm initiative.
Accountable and Accessible
The Sloan Firm offers complimentary initial legal consultations via
telephone with no obligation to engage the firms services.
The Sloan Firm is working to build awareness and relationships with
Hispanic and Latino Americans through a variety of projects and
programs. These are two examples:
About The Sloan Firm
Attorneys of The Sloan Firm have been recognized by numerous
publications including Texas Super Lawyers and The Best
Lawyers in America. All Sloan Firm attorneys are members of the
State Bar of Texas.
For more information on The Sloan Firm or its attorneys, please visit www.SloanFirm.com
or call Patricia Aguilar-Urbina toll free at 888-658-0981, Ext. 234, or
*The difference between Latino and Hispanic terms is as follows:
Latino generally refers to countries (or cultures) that were once
under Roman rule. This includes Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and other
countries. Brazilians (most of which are of Portuguese decent), are
considered to be Latino, but are not considered to be Hispanic.
Hispanic describes cultures or countries that were once under
Spanish rule (Mexico, Central America, and most South American countries
where Spanish is the primary language).