I have represented thousands of clients in personal injury cases — whether they were injured in auto accidents, involved in a motorcycle crash, or hit by an 18-wheeler, I know what to do. I have handled cases in every court in Oklahoma. Let my experience work for you: Call me today!
I am a caring and compassionate man who was born in Vicksburg, Michigan in 1973. I graduated from Three Rivers High School in 1992. Following high school, I served in the U.S. Navy for seven years. During that time, I received numerous awards and medals for my achievements, including experience in combat zones. Once I completed my service in the military, I went to college and got my bachelor’s degree at Davenport University where I graduated magna cum laude. I went to law school at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where I graduated in 2004 in the top 25% of my class.
Upon graduation, I began working for injured Oklahomans and have done so my entire career.
I treat each client as if they are my only concern. I understand that people who are victims in personal injury cases need support and help as they navigate a complicated situation. They must focus on recovery physically, mentally, and emotionally while dealing with the financial situation. My goal is to protect them and see that their rights are preserved, and I will fight for justice on their behalf.
I am married to Megan Furlong (formerly Hopkins). We have four children: Allison, Carter, Caylie, and Gavin. We recently added to our family with a golden retriever named Boomer. In his spare time, I love to travel, take in sporting events like OU Football and UFC, and support the Jenks Trojan Pom Team.
(Left to Right: Caylie, Trevor, Gavin, Megan, & Boomer)
$25 Million - Car Accident Cases
$15 Million - Personal Injury Cases
$10 Million - Nursing Home Cases