David B Sloan, Attorney
David was born in Martin, Kentucky , on September 20, 1950. In 1976, David began his practice with Stephens, Combs, and Page in Pikeville, Kentucky . In 1978, David returned to Northern Kentucky to join the firm, becoming a Partner in 1982. David concentrates his practice in the areas of trial practice, particularly in the areas of insurance defense litigation including personal injury, products liability, and property damage defense litigation. David also practices in the areas of insurance coverage issues, criminal law and workers compensation. David has served as President of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, as a Member of the Board of Governors of the Kentucky Bar Kentucky Association and as President of the Kentucky Bar Association, 2005‑2006. In 2007, David was elected to the American Bar Associations's House of Delegates. David is a Martindale‑Hubble AV rated attorney.*
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U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit 1976
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