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Complex Civil Litigation Attorneys • Contract Negotiations Our full service energy law firm practices oil, gas and mineral law, business law, civil litigation and represents clients in proceedings before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Founded in 1980, Mahaffey & Gore, PC , has established a reputation as one of the preeminent energy law firms in Oklahoma. Even the largest law firms...
At White & Weddle, P.C., our trial attorneys handle civil litigation of all types for individuals and businesses in Oklahoma City and throughout Southeast Oklahoma. Our motto: If it can be tried, we will take it on. We do not back down from any opponent. We frequently go to trial in personal injury cases, workers' compensation cases and insurance disputes, winning six-, seven- and eight-figure...
Located in Norman, Oklahoma, the Law Office of L. Todd Nalagan is a proven resource for counsel in family law matters, debt relief through bankruptcy and criminal defense. This law firm, founded and operated solely by experienced attorney Todd Nalagan, emphasizes attentive personal service and results-focused representation in these key practice areas. Attorney Todd Nalagan has been practicing law...
Attorney Paul E. Swain III offers over thirty (30) years of experience in business and legal expertise to his clients. Paul E. Swain PLC is a general practice law firm located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, representing individuals and businesses in their various day to day legal needs. Our goal is to vigorously represent our clients and help them satisfy their legal needs at a reasonable cost. Mr. Swain's...
Without proper legal guidance, probate can become an unnecessarily expensive and time-consuming process. The law firm of Coffman & Seidenberger, PLLC, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has extensive experience in probate and estate administration. When you lose a loved one, the last thing you should worry about is the legalities of the situation. When we take over, we strive to sort out the process as...
As the largest law firm in Mayes County, Oklahoma, Ritchie, Rock & McBride offers high-quality legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to help protect the rights, interests and liberties of individuals, families, businesses and property owners throughout our great state. From our law office in Pryor, Oklahoma, the attorneys at our law firm deliver top-notch counsel and...
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