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Graves McLain Welcomes Attorney Elaina Osteen to the firm!

Graves McLain is pleased to announce the newest addition to our legal team, attorney Elaina Osteen! Elaina is a veteran attorney with extensive experience in personal injury, car wrecks, truck wrecks, and medical negligence claims.  A Tulsa native, Elaina began her career as a business litigator before transitioning six years ago to defending lawsuits on…
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Lawyers and Law Students Team up to Provide Thanksgiving Meals

Graves McLain Attorney Rachel Gusman, a proud volunteer for Lawyers Fighting Hunger, recently helped raise more than $70,000 to purchase turkeys and food items to distribute to families in Oklahoma City, Norman, El Reno, Mustang and Tulsa this holiday season. Lawyers Fighting Hunger also packed more than 650 boxes with donated food items that will…
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2 suits against dentist dropped, but another is filed against an oral surgeon accused of exposing patients to diseases.

Two lawsuits have been dismissed and another has been filed against the Tulsa oral surgeon who officials said could have exposed 7,000 patients or more to HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Graves McLain is representing new plaintiff Stephanie Capraro. The lawsuit names Harrington; his dental assistants Terri Velega and Lisa Young; Hospira Inc. Pharmaceutical…
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Tulsa County sheriff, jail health-care provider sued over 3 inmates’ deaths

Article from Tulsa World By David Harper The lawsuit claims there is an “attitude of indifference” to inmates’ health at the Tulsa Jail. Three people who were Tulsa Jail inmates died needlessly because the facility’s medical staff “disregarded known and substantial risks to their health and safety,” and documents were falsified to make it appear…
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Tulsa County sheriff, jail health-care provider sued over 3 inmates’ deaths – Graves McLain Handling Case

Article from Tulsa World By David  Harper Three people who were Tulsa Jail inmates died needlessly because the facility’s medical staff “disregarded known and substantial risks to their health and safety,” and documents were falsified to make it appear that two of them died after leaving the jail, a federal lawsuit filed Friday alleges. Click…