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Mr. Freitas is a knowledgeable experienced lawyer. He is attentive and a good listener. He was responsive... more
Oklahoma City  Alfred M. Freitas

Alfred Freitas

Los Angeles, CA Landlord / Tenant
Avvo rating 8.3
Needed him in a real estate case - a very complicate not common one. he took the time to understand me and to... more
Oklahoma City  Lester Carl Stuckmeyer Jr.

Lester Stuckmeyer

Saint Louis, MO Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.5
I payed this man alot of money. he didn't do a thing. he didn't prepare for court, he didn't remember... more
Oklahoma City  Thomas F. McGuire III

Thomas McGuire

Pensacola, FL Child Custody
Avvo rating 6.5
I was going through a divorce and needed a lawyer. I had little knowledge of my rights and responsibilities... more
Oklahoma City  Cindi Kamen

Cindi Kamen

Miami, FL Family
Avvo rating 9.8
Mr Pikramenos was hired to provide legal help with a bankruptcy case chapter 13. During this time he was... more
Oklahoma City  Justin Taylor Pikramenos

Justin Pikramenos

Tampa, FL Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 6.6
Mr Goings Was recomended to me by another Attn. who had helped me in some other type of cases after I tried... more
Oklahoma City  Robert F. Goings

Robert Goings

Columbia, SC Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
Christine was very knowledgeable and helpful. I strongly recommend if you are concerned about your rights as... more
Oklahoma City  Christine Marie Howard

Christine Howard

Greenville, SC Family
Avvo rating 6.6
I retained Robert Atkinson after speaking to several attorneys. He handled a chapter 11 bankruptcy... more
Oklahoma City  Robert E. Atkinson

Robert Atkinson

Nevada Lawyer
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practicing lawyers in Oklahoma City

In early 1889, the Unassigned Lands in Oklahoma were officially opened for settlement. A massive land rush followed almost immediately afterward.

Oklahoma City sprung up literally overnight, as nearly 10000 settlers claimed the valuable land in the area.

Many lawsuits arose in the days that followed, including Smith v. Townsend, which caused many settlers that had laid claims in Oklahoma City before the area was been opened for settlement to lose their lands.

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