Oklahoma Civil Rights Lawyers
Mr. Larby began his legal career as a trial attorney with the Abel Law Firm, where he successfully represented victims and survivors of catastrophic injuries throughout the nation. Mr. Larby has attained millions of dollars for his clients over the course of his legal career in a variety of claims.
In June of 1997, Governor Frank Keating appointed Chuck to serve as the District Attorney for Tulsa County. During his service as the District Attorney, Chuck led the office in implementing policies for approval of criminal charges,...
Mr. Messenger practices in all types of civil litigation, including representing individuals in personal injury and death claims arising from automobile accidents, falls, nursing home neglect/abuse and other types of accidents. He has also...
During his time at OSU he had the opportunity to intern under Congressman Steve Largent for a...
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10601 S. Western Avenue, Suite 117
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Oklahoma City University School of Law
Oklahoma Civil Rights Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK
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