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I loved Adam Banner's work! He's very dedicated to his clients. He ALWAYS kept in contact with me and was... more
Oklahoma City  Adam R. Banner

Adam Banner

Oklahoma City, OK Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
I contacted Brent after he came highly recommended by another lawyer. I was served a wrongful LOR and after... more
Oklahoma City  Brent Dishman

Brent Dishman

Oklahoma City, OK Military Law
Avvo rating 7.3
John Graves was my attorney for going on 3 years. It was long and drawn out by the other party and very... more
Oklahoma City  John Howard Graves

John Graves

Oklahoma City, OK General Practice
Avvo rating 8.9
Dan Davis, Ryan Dexter and Kim Mullins of this Law firm have done nothing but deliver everything that they... more
Oklahoma City  Daniel Martin Davis

Daniel Davis

Oklahoma City, OK Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.7
Mr. Simmons did a great job! He settled my case quickly and walked me through all the steps. I would for sure... more
Oklahoma City  Roe Theron Simmons

Roe Simmons

Oklahoma City, OK Family
Avvo rating 6.5
I had been delaying asking for help with my foreclosure because I didn't know who could or would help and I... more
Oklahoma City  Scott D Harris

Scott Harris

Oklahoma City, OK Foreclosure
Avvo rating 7.8
I had TOTAL faith and trust in Mr. Parrish...He took all my worries away! He is an EXCELLENT lawyer, and has... more
Oklahoma City  Murry Parrish

Murry Parrish

Oklahoma City, OK Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.4
one of the best attorneys I have ever had. Do what she says and you will win!
Oklahoma City  Rachel Bussett

Rachel Bussett

Oklahoma City, OK Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.4


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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