It doesn't matter if it's a car accident, a defective product or a slip-and-fall accident; getting hurt is more terrifying than anyone would ever expect.
Family Law encompasses not only divorce but also child custody, visitation, and guardianships.
While we focus our practice on personal injury and family law, our clients come to us with a variety of legal challenges including probate, workers' compensation, simple wills and estates, DUI defense — you name it. Our attorneys are committed to helping you in any way they can.
We practice law because we believe that people should be held responsible for their actions. Together, we can build a more safe and unified community.
Oxford Lehr is not your typical Oklahoma law firm, and you see that from the moment you walk through our doors. Our attorneys don't wear suits every day, and we don't waste anyone's time — we care more about working hard and achieving results for our clients.
While other Tulsa lawyers treat the law like a business, we treat it as a passion. Our goal is to put you at ease, answer your questions and confidently represent you in all your legal needs. No matter what challenges you are facing, our attorneys are here to help.
While many personal injury lawyers and law firms will pass you off to another attorney when things get tough, we are your allies all the way until the end. We start you off with a free initial consultation — and while we try to resolve your case quickly and efficiently through negotiations, we are always prepared to take your case to court to get the results you desire.
If the case doesn't work out in your favor, we won't stop there! As part of our commitment to our clients, we also litigate in state and federal appellate courts, and are admitted before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. When it comes to your rights and well-being, we refuse to settle for less than you deserve.
Our firm is designed to take care of our clients during a traumatic time. Whatever your needs may be, our Tulsa lawyers will handle it. That way you can focus on your life and your family, instead of your court case.