Adam L. Slone

Personal Injury Attorney in Columbus, Ohio

Adam Slone is an emerging trial lawyer at Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A. He has successfully advocated for clients in Ohio and West Virginia in trials in front of both juries and judges. Adam Slone’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation in matters for those who have been injured or killed because of another person’s fault. Adam Slone also represents individuals in matters against their current and former employers for wage and hour disputes involving unpaid minimum wages and unpaid overtime wages, FMLA violations, and unlawful terminations based upon disability. Adam Slone is best known to his clients for being personable, available, strategic and compassionate about all of his cases.

Prior to practicing, Adam Slone received his undergraduate degree from Marshall University, located in Huntington, West Virginia. He earned his law degree from Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio, in 2015. During his time in law school, Adam Slone was selected and served as a member of Capital University’s Law Review. He also worked in the Court of Claims Defense section of the Ohio Attorney General defending claims against the State of Ohio. Adam lives in Columbus with his wife, where he continues to serve clients in all of Ohio and West Virginia.

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio
  • West Virginia
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of West Virginia
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of West Virginia

Other Affiliations

  • Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ)
  • Ohio Employment Lawyers Association (OELA)
  • West Virginia Association for Justice (WVAJ)
  • Lawrence County Bar Association
  • Cabell County Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)



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