Dayton Attorneys

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attorney collins did not communicate back to me with questions i had called her office about related to my case. she... more
Dayton  Nichole Ashley Collins

Nichole Collins

Harrisburg, PA Family
Avvo rating 6.1
I had an extremely disappointing experience with Anne Bryant. I retained her to work on my prenuptial agreement after... more
Dayton  Anne Peyton Bryant

Anne Bryant

New York, NY Family
Avvo rating 8.6
Attorney Dowling did a great job with my case. He was professional and curteous and I highly reccomend him.
Dayton  Benjamin Hart Dowling

Benjamin Dowling

Attleboro, MA Real Estate
Avvo rating No concern
In hiring an Attorney you will not always get the partner but an associate. In contacting Clark/Skatoff I was assigned... more
Dayton  Jordan Robert Hammer

Jordan Hammer

Palm Beach Gardens, FL Trusts
Avvo rating No concern
Very knowledgeable, made me feel relaxed. A great listener, too! He always returned my calls promptly. Walked me... more
Dayton  Joseph Burnette Lavin

Joseph Lavin

Port Angeles, WA Administrative Law
Avvo rating 6.5
This lawyer failed to tell me she was having an affair with my then husband. After we were divorced, she then hired... more
Dayton  Debra Vaniman Crawford

Debra Crawford

Monterey, CA Family
Avvo rating 9.6
Ms. Dean went above and beyond to help me. She has less clients than other big firms so she can give you the attention... more
Dayton  Kamille Rae Dean

Kamille Dean

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern
Joel represented my brother in an extremely difficult case. When I was searching for a lawyer for my brother, Joel’s... more
Dayton  Joel Ehrgott Brown

Joel Brown

Peoria, IL Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 7.3


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."