"$12.8 million judgment for injuries resulting from a defective Black & Decker product."

"$5.19 million settlement for partial paralysis suffered in farming accident."

"$3 million settlement to family of child killed in truck accident."

Ed Abel Named 2011 Oklahoma City Personal Injury Litigator of the Year
"Ed Abel and the attorneys at his firm are wonderful people. We built a friendship with them that will last forever."
"Recently won the largest personal injury verdict in McCurtain County history - $5.2 million."

"The last day we met with them, Ed's wife came to meet us. It was such a wonderful feeling to know that Ed would invite his wife to come meet noel. It proved that he truly cared."
--Olivia O.
"During a time of personal crisis, Abel Law Firm was a Godsend for our family. The Firm diligently prepared our case for trial. Ed is an honest man and a tough competitor."
--Mark B.
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When filing a personal injury claim, many people envision a long drawn out process that includes one (or several) nerve-racking days in court; however, this is not a common scenario. In fact, most personal injury cases are settled outside of the courtroom through a negotiation process.

If you or someone you know has been injured and believes that another party is at fault, contact the Oklahoma personal injury attorneys at the Abel Law Firm today. Our team of professionals can help you get the compensation you deserve. Call 1-800-739-ABEL today to schedule a free consultation.

The Process

In order to receive a settlement, you and your lawyer must complete a three part process:

1.File a claim. This means notifying the charged party of the lawsuit, which allows them to seek legal representation.

2.Discovery. During this stage, both parties will investigate the case for evidence which supports their case. Examples of such evidence may be medical records, the testimony of an expert witness, or testimonies from other individuals.

3.Settling. After all evidence has been produced, one side will determine a monetary amount that they believe to be appropriate compensation for the victim. If this amount satisfies the claimant, then they accept the offer and the case is over; however, if they do not believe the offer is adequate, they can reject it and suggest a higher amount.

In the event that an appropriate amount of compensation cannot be agreed upon, the case may be taken to court to be presented before a judge.

Contact Us

If you are considering filing a personal injury claim, you should contact the Oklahoma personal injury attorneys at the Abel Law Firm today by calling 1-800-739-ABEL.