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Jeff Saxton - Oklahoma Law Firm Lawter & Associates, PLLC

Lawter & Associates serves injury victims statewide. Offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

Jeff_Saxton_1General manager Jeff Saxton of Lawter & Associates, PLLC, works closely with fellow staff members and attorneys at the Oklahoma law firm to make sure that every legal case receives the attention it rightfully deserves.

Whether you've been injured in an auto accident, you're dealing with a workers' compensation-related case or some other legal matter, Jeff's detail-oriented approach influences everything we do at Lawter & Associates. That's why we have such a strong track record of success.

More information about Jeff Saxton, General Manager at Lawter & Associates

Jeff Saxton
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
General Manager, Lawter & Associates, PLLC

Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Jeff has been with Lawter & Associates, PLLC since 1993.  Jeff enjoys playing golf, hunting quail and fishing.  Jeff is also an adult leader with the Oklahoma DeMolay Association whose mission is to prepare young men to lead successful, happy and productive lives.

Year Joined the Firm:
1993

Education:
University of Central Oklahoma, BA

Personal Motto:
Do it right the first time

Pet Peeve:
Lack of punctuality

Top of Bucket List:
Attend the Tour de France and the British Open in the same week

Raise your expectation. Learn why you should hire Lawter & Associates.

We routinely obtain sizable verdicts and settlements for injury victims and families who have lost loved ones throughout Oklahoma. What's the secret to our success? We work tirelessly on every case, from taking the time to learn about your situation to carefully combing through evidence.

Such a personalized, hands-on approach is just one of the reasons why we have been so successful. Raise your expectations. Contact us. Call (866) 584-1027 for our Oklahoma City office or (866) 584-1028 for our Tulsa office and schedule a free case evaluation.

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