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Nick Rowley was the best lawyer to handle our malpractice case. From day one, he assisted us in every way... more
Dayton  Nicholas Charles Rowley

Nicholas Rowley

Beverly Hills, CA Lawyer
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Dayton  Trevor L Hensley

Trevor Hensley

Granite Bay, CA Family
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Dayton  Joseph Michael Harvath

Joseph Harvath

Saint Charles, MO General Practice
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Dayton  William Creigh Martson

William Martson

Carlisle, PA Criminal Defense
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Ilene Lund is simply awesome! My long-term partner and I just married, and Ilene led the efforts for our... more
Dayton  Ilene A. Lund

Ilene Lund

Seattle, WA Corporate / Incorporation
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We hired Michael as my lawyer when I got a DUI back in February. Throughout the entire process of the case,... more
Dayton  Michael John O'Hagan

Michael O'Hagan

Buford, GA DUI / DWI
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I hired Mr. Camp in March of 2014. I had been battling a 4 year custody case with my ex husband. I had tried... more
Dayton  William J. Camp

William Camp

Warner Robins, GA Family
Avvo rating 9.1
Atty Arasto Farsad saved our home from foreclosure after years of fighting. MY husband and i can not thank... more
Dayton  Arasto Farsad

Arasto Farsad

Santa Clara, CA Real Estate
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practicing lawyers in Dayton

While most people know that the Wright Brothers made the first powered flight near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, a lesser-known fact is that the Wright Brothers developed their aircraft in Dayton, Ohio.

The Wright Brothers began as bicycle repairmen and manufacturers in Dayton. Years later, they relied on that experience when they created the first powered aircraft.

While the hills outside Kitty Hawk proved an extremely favorable location for testing their inventions, the Wright Brothers called Dayton home - leading the city to be known as "The Birthplace of Aviation."