CONNIE M. WOLFE
Wolfe focuses her practice on workers’ compensation and insurance defense before the Workers’ Compensation Commission and Court of Existing Claims. With 25 years of experience, she clients in all aspects of on the job injury issues and related employment matters whether they are self-insured or insured. She is also frequent speaker on topics related to employers and workers’ compensation.
University of Central Oklahoma (B.A., Management, 1987); University of Oklahoma (J.D. 1991). Wolfe was one of three people chosen for the National Trial Advocacy Team.
JAY L. JONES
Jay Jones focuses his practice on workers’ compensation and insurance defense before the Workers’ Compensation Commission, Court of Existing Claims, and multiple tribal courts. He represents multiple Native American Tribes as well as insured and self insured employers and counsels clients in all aspects of on the job injury issues and related employment matters. Jay is lead counsel at trial and appellate levels defending the sovereign immunity of Native American Tribes. He has written articles and spoken at multiple seminars regarding sovereign immunity issues, including seminars sponsored by the Oklahoma Bar Association and at Oklahoma’s Sovereignty Symposium.
University of Oklahoma (B.F.A., 1990); University of Oklahoma (J.D. 1993).
C. MAGAN GRAHAM
Graham focuses her practice on workers’ compensation and insurance defense before the Workers’ Compensation Commission and Court of Existing Claims. Graham began her career on the Claimant’s side of the bar which allows her to provide a unique approach in providing advice to both insured and self-insured employers. She also speaks to various groups on the topics of safety in the workplace, how employers can avoid workers’ compensation litigation, and workers’ compensation fraud. Graham holds a AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale.
Centenary College of Louisiana (B.A., Communications, 2002); University of Oklahoma (J.D. 2005)
ANGELICA M. ORTIZ
Ortiz has six years of experience before the Workers’ Compensation Commission and Court of Existing Claims. Her practice is exclusive in the defense of claims and she directs clients in all aspects of on the job injuries and related employment matters for both self-insured and insured employers in the state of Oklahoma.
University of Oklahoma (B.A., Spanish and B.A.S, Letters, 2005); University of Valencia, Spain (2003) Oklahoma City University School of Law (J.D. 2009). Ortiz was a Merit Scholar with University of Oklahoma from 2002 through 2005.
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