J. Michael Gassett

Serving Tulsa and Oklahoma City
P.O. Box 14174
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74159

918-693-7850





Areas Of Practice

Civil
Commercial
Construction
Divorce
Insurance
Intellectual Property
Personal Injury

 
 


Michael Gassett is a retired Tulsa County Judge with over 25 years of experience, having served in the civil, domestic, and criminal divisions of the district court.

 

He also served as Chief Judge in each of those divisions, as well as Presiding Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial District.  He is an adjunct settlement judge for the City of Tulsa Early Settlement Program and a settlement judge for the Oklahoma Supreme Court, conducting settlement conferences for cases of appeal.

 

 

Mike Gassett is a member of a group of mediators consisting of Jack Crews, Truman Rucker, Jon Starr, David Wilson, Mark Smiling, Scott McDaniel, Scott Ryan, Mark Warman, Rob Coffey, Peter Erdoes, and Jeff Curran, whose experience includes many types of civil litigation and mediation, including medical malpractice, legal malpractice, insurance bad faith, construction, breach of contracts, commercial disputes, motor vehicle accidents, premise liability and employment disputes.

Jack D. Crews offers his more than 30 years of experience in personal injury, workers’ compensation, medical malpractice, products liability, railroad accidents, and social security law to help you resolve your cases.

 

 

 

Jon D. Starr  brings his experience of having tried over 100 cases to verdict to help you mediate your dispute.  Mr. Starr is an Advocate in the American Board of Trial Advocate (ABOTA) .

 

 

 

Mark A. Warman bring his unique perspective of having worked both predominately as a Plaintiff’s attorney and Defense attorney at different times in his career to help you resolve your disputes.  He also has tried over 120 jury trials.

 

 

 

Truman B. Rucker has tried in excess of one hundred jury trials in state and federal courts for both plaintiffs and defendants. He draws upon thirty years of civil trial and appellate practice in bringing his settlement skills to the litigation setting.

 

 

 

A. Scott McDaniel has a broad range of experience in civil litigation.  Mr. McDaniel has successfully mediated many disputes within his areas of emphasis, which include construction, environmental, commercial, employment, and tort issues. 

 

 

 

A. Mark Smiling has tried, over 400 jury trials, cases involving motor vehicle accidents, trucks, products liability, commercial litigation, nursing home, healthcare, malpractice, white collar crimes, and general insurance law.

 

 

 

David D. Wilson has tried jury trials involving veterinary malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, truck accidents, products liability, bad faith litigation and general insurance litigation. Mr. Wilson has also been actively involved in the resolution of insurance coverage issues.

 

 

 

Peter Erdoes is a veteranOklahoma City trial attorney and offers his years of experience mediating and handling cases involving Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination, Insurance, Personal Injury, and Products Liability to mediate or arbitrate your disputes.

 

 

 

Jeff Curran is an experienced trial attorney practicing in Oklahoma City, focusing primarily in the areas of product liability, insurance matters and coverage, general litigation, commercial litigation, and complex litigation.

 

 

 

Scott Ryan is an experienced trial attorney. Ryan was awarded the  Bronze Star Medal during combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Mr. Ryan's practice areas include negligence, products liability, construction disputes and insurance disputes.

 

 

 

Robert P. Coffey, Jr. brings his extensive background in handling and trying case in the area of Transportation, Insurance, Commercial/Business Litigation, Corporate Law, and General Civil Litigation to help you resolve your disputes

Telephone:

 

(877) 229-8562

 

(918) 693-7850

 

Fax:

 

(918)-592-2416

 

Email: [email protected]

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