- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Burn Accidents
Keith has represented clients in a broad spectrum of personal injury claims, including multi-million dollar death claims resulting from semi-truck accidents. He has assisted clients in numerous claims regarding injuries suffered in automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, nursing home abuse, and other types of accidents resulting in injury or death. Most personal injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis resulting in the client not owing a fee until the claim is paid. Additionally, no fee is owed unless the case is won.
Keith has successfully represented clients in a broad spectrum of medical malpractice claims involving serious injury, loss of limbs and wrongful death resulting in multi-million dollar recoveries. He has represented clients against doctors, clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes. Medical malpractice claims are taken on a contingency fee basis and no fee is owed unless the case is won.
Keith also represents clients in product liability claims, including but not limited to seatbelt failure in vehicles, rollovers and inadequately equipped vehicles. Most product liability claims are handled on a contingency fee basis resulting in the client not owing a fee until the claim is paid. Additionally, no fee is owed unless the case is won.
Social Security Disability
Keith assists disabled clients in obtaining their Social Security Disability benefits in Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. He completes the necessary paperwork and guides the client through the appeals process. Social Security claims are taken on a contingency fee basis and no fee is owed unless the claim is won.
Keith has handled numerous insurance cases involving various types of claims, injuries, and bad faith practices by insurance companies. Most insurance claims are taken on a no win – no fee basis and under a contingency fee agreement
Keith has represented clients regarding various types of injuries sustained while employed at businesses located in Oklahoma. Most workers’ compensation claims are taken on a no win – no fee basis.