Posted by Walter
Nov 2014, one of the worse months of my life. Motorcycle accidents are NEVER fun; doubly so at the beginning of Winter. I had never needed a Lawyer before, so I was completely lost on what would be the first step. From the moment Jay visited me in the hospital, I knew I was in Good Hands. He was a referral from a coworker. He talked me through the process of keeping records of my experience, the importance of keeping a journal, for my case, and for my sanity! It was a long process and there were small hiccups, but I never lost faith in Jay and his team. I trusted that they had my best interests in mind. My patience was rewarded with the Best Possible Outcome for me case! I was beyond pleased with their efforts and prompt delivery of necessary paperwork. I pray I never need a lawyer again... but if I need one, I'd go back to Jay.
Posted by Marty Cox
In 2012 my son and I were involved in an auto accident, and shortly after I found my self in need of a personal injury attorney for the first time in my life.
With my inexperience in these matters I sought out a local attorney. In short as it turned out, this attorney referred me to another attorney, which led to poor results.
At this point I learned about the Law Firm of Slappey & Sadd. I turned my case over to this firm and they picked up the ball and got me the help I was looking for and resolved my case in short order.
If you should ever find yourself needing a personal injury attorney, I strongly recommend The Law Firm of Slappey & Sadd.
I truly appreciate the level of professionalism and kindness I was shown through out this process.
Special thanks to Jay Sadd and Edward Wynn.
Anonymous review posted on
I have used these good guys (Slappy and Sadd) on a few occasions. The first two (2) times they were "Bad to the Bone", came out swinging and hit home runs, but then they changed. They mucked-up a couple real easy cases and I had to "eat crow" instead of steak because of their lazy approach to my cases. It's like they lost their spark. I hope they got it back cause I really like these guys and hate to see them going through a mid-life crisis in law. After 20+ years of friendship, I find I have to take my cases elsewhere. I'm afraid to go back to them and I'll not refer them like I once did. I'm not going to loose thousands on a hope and a prayer that they snapped back. Until my friends tell me they bounced back I'll not use them.
Posted by Charles
Jay and his team treated my relatively small case as though it was the most important one they had. Their expertise and professionalism made me feel like I was in the right place from day one. Jays easy-to-be-with nature helped my wife and I relax during the most difficult periods in our process and our outcome was better than I had hoped.
Posted by Warren
It is with pleasure that I tell a story of one of the greatest trial lawyers I have observed in forty-five years at the bar. When I was injured, yours was among the few names I thought about to represent me in the litigation that was surely coming. I had seen you in action as I mediated cases in which you represented one of the parties and knew you to be aggressive, fair and highly competent. I was impressed with the way in which you guided the court and opposing counsel toward your theory of the case. Where the defense team sought complexity, you advocated simplicity. It was not until we began to prepare for trial, however, that I saw the great detail you managed and the energy you brought to bear. Your team was simply amazing.. The efficient trial of a major personal injury case is an art form, one in which the case must be orchestrated like a grand ballet at the Bolshoi Theater. Jay, you were the finest conductor I’ve seen in the courtroom, a true master. Your cross examination of the defendant’s expert was pure genius. Your summation was impassioned and spoke the truth, a truth the jury was anxious to accept. When the jury brought home a verdict of more than $ 7.6 million, I was astounded. In a word, you were “extraordinary.”