Nicholaus A. Hancock

Nicholaus graduated from the University of Tulsa College Law with honors in 2013. He earned many awards and recognitions during his time in law school, including the Order of the Barristers, an accolade awarded to the top oral advocates of each graduating class. After law school, Nicholaus joined a regional defense firm where he was provided the opportunity to work directly with clients and insurers. He has worked as the lead defense counsel on behalf of Fortune 500 clients. Nicholaus has also defended clients in multimillion-dollar lawsuits involving wrongful death, medical malpractice, construction defects, transportation, and bad faith litigation. He has experience as a first and second chair trial attorney.

Nicholaus’ success as an attorney has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine, wherein he was selected as a Rising Star in the areas of Employment Law in 2016 and General Civil Litigation in 2017.

In August 2017, Nicholaus joined Coffey, Senger, and McDaniel as an associate attorney.

Practice areas:
-Employment Law
-Medical and Nursing Negligence
-Insurance Law
-Products Liability
-Construction Litigation
-Transportation Litigation
-Premises Liability
-Personal Injury Litigation

Admitted to Practice:
-State of Oklahoma (2013)
-S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma (2013)
-S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma (2014)
-S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma (2014)
-S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit (2014)

Education:
-A., Political Science, Missouri Southern State University (2008)
-S., Political Science, Missouri Southern State University (2008)
-D., University of Tulsa College of Law, with honors (2013)

Affiliations:
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Tulsa County Bar Association
-Hudson Hall Wheaton American Inns of Court, member

Honors and Awards:
-Super Lawyers Rising Star 2016 (Employment Law)
-Super Lawyers Rising Star 2017 (General Civil Litigation)

Presentations/Publications/Conferences:
-Feb. 21, 2018, Tulsa County Bar Association, CLE Panelist, “Does Discovery Facilitate Resolution”
-April 5-6, 2018, TIDA Transportation Skills Seminar