Andrew B. Morsman
Andrew has lived in Oklahoma his entire life, having been born in Tulsa and raised in Oklahoma City. At Oklahoma State University he studied journalism and political science, graduating in 1981. He then attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he was awarded his Juris Doctor in 1984 and was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll. Andrew began his legal practice in Oklahoma City before moving back to Tulsa in 1986. He is licensed to practice before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma, and before all state courts in Oklahoma.
Andrew’s practice focuses on both defense and prosecution of personal injury claims, general civil litigation, and review and drafting of contracts and business agreements. He has extensive experience in personal injury litigation and worker’s compensation matters.
Andrew and his wife Brenda reside in Jenks.
– Defense and prosecution of personal injury claims;
– General civil litigation;
– Drafting and review of contracts and business agreements;
– Workers’ compensation claims;
– Medical and nursing negligence.
Admitted to Practice:
– State of Oklahoma, 1984
– All Federal Courts in Oklahoma
– 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
– Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation
– B.S., Oklahoma State University, 1981
– J.D., University of Oklahoma College of Law, 1984
– Oklahoma Bar Association
– Tulsa County Bar Association
– Edens v. Clark, 2011 OK 28 (Okla., 2011);
– Burd v. Shangri-La, 2003 OK CIV APP 31 (Okla., 2003);
– Houston v. Zebco, 1991 OK 125 (Okla., 1991)