ClickCease Personal Injury Attorney | Alicia A. Slaughter

Alicia A. Slaughter



Ms. Slaughter has over twenty years of experience as a trial attorney and has successfully represented hundreds of clients with personal injury cases since opening her own law practice in 1992. She is an accomplished legal advocate with the skills needed to effectively represent her clients in all phases of their claims against large insurance companies, from claims adjusting to litigation to mediation and arbitration. Ms. Slaughter received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English, magna cum laude, from Drury University in 1984 and her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1987. She began her legal career with a large commercial defense law firm in Dallas, but quickly realized that she did not want to spend her legal career representing large corporations. Instead, she wanted to use her law degree to represent individuals and to make a positive difference in someone’s life who had been injured by someone else’s negligence, so she opened her own law practice devoted exclusively to representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Ms. Slaughter uses her extensive experience to represent her clients in all types of personal injury matters, ranging from wrongful death and serious, complex injury cases to soft-tissue injury claims, and everything in between. Ms. Slaughter relocated to Southern California in 2003, and she loves living and working in San Diego, where she and her husband are raising their two children.

Areas of Practice:



  • University of Missouri Columbia School of Law, Columbia, Missouri, 1987 J.D.
  • Drury College, Springfield, Missouri, 1984, B.A.Honors: Magna Cum LaudeMajor: English

Bar Admissions:

  • Texas, 1988
  • Missouri, 1989
  • California, 2004
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1988

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