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Enid Personal Injury Lawyers

The Edwards Law Firm is committed to helping individuals who have suffered an injury by the negligence of another person or entity in Enid, Oklahoma.  Whether an accident was caused by negligence or through malicious intent, the effects of a serious injury can be long-term.  If you have suffered harm in Enid, let our personal injury lawyers in Tulsa help you with your claim.

We have successfully prepared and litigated Enid personal injury lawsuits in various practice areas, including:

After suffering an injury, it is important to contact an Enid personal injury attorney as soon as possible.  Necessary evidence is lost all too often because an injury victim waited too long to seek legal guidance.  If you or a loved one suffered an injury in an Enid accident, you may be eligible to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, physical pain, emotional anguish and other damages related to your injury.  For immediate assistance from one of our Enid injury attorneys, complete the free case evaluation form located on this page.

At The Edwards Law Firm, we offer a free and confidential consultation to help determine if you have cause for an Enid personal injury lawsuit.  If we believe that your claim has enough merit to pursue legal recourse, our knowledgeable staff will guide you on how to best proceed to ensure that you receive both the justice and the compensation that you may deserve for your injuries.

Everyone deserves access to legal counsel, regardless of their financial circumstances.  At The Edwards Law Firm, we operate on a contingency fee basis.  This means that we do not get paid until we get a fair settlement or verdict for your claim.  If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in an Enid accident that was caused by the actions of another, do not wait to contact our personal injury attorneys.  Complete our free case evaluation form to begin exploring your legal options.

For more information on the city of Enid, visit http://www.enid.org.



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