We Fight For The Rights Of Injured Oklahomans
Founded in 1952, our law firm has a proud history of helping the injured.
At the law firm of Frasier, Frasier & Hickman, LLP, our mission is to fight for the rights of people like you.
Fearless Attorneys Who Stand For The Rights Of The Individual
Our passion for law is renewed every day. Our lawyers bring positive change to people’s lives, whether it’s helping:
- Individuals who are injured by negligent drivers
- Employees who suffer on-the-job injuries
- Injury victims who are being mistreated by insurance companies
Each day, our attorneys hold negligent people, employers and companies accountable. We are unafraid to challenge powerful foes, whether they represent corporate, professional or governmental interests. Our zeal comes from trying to change the world, one client at a time.
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What You Can Expect From Us
At Frasier, Frasier & Hickman, LLP, we put our clients’ needs first. When you hire us, you can expect:
- Open communication, whenever you need it
- A tremendous breadth of legal knowledge and experience
- A thorough, honest explanation of your legal options
- Hardworking, fearless attorneys who strive for the best possible results
Our approach to practicing law has stood the test of time, and we believe treating people right will never go out of style.
Meet Our Attorneys
Get The Help You Need To Solve Your Legal Problem
Since 1952, Frasier, Frasier & Hickman, LLP, has proudly served clients throughout Oklahoma, including Tulsa and Oklahoma City. To arrange an initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call us at 918-779-3658. If you prefer, you can connect with us online.
What Our Clients Say
“I was introduced to Frank back in 2013 after confiding in a friend that I was pursuing a claim of unlawful termination against my former employer. In the 9 years that have passed since then, I’ve come to think of Frank as a friend. During that time he has guided me and my family through many different circumstances that would have otherwise been very difficult to navigate. He’s accessible, patient, and tells it like it is whilst still being kind. In short, the better half of the last decade has been better for knowing Frank.”
– Jessica Holland