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Bryce B. Johnson

Lawyer Bryce B. Johnson licensed to practice in Oklahoma since 2147483646
Office: 405-232-6490, 105 North Hudson Avenue Suite 100, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Web site: oklalegal.com
PRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Workers Compensation

Gary G. Prochaska

Lawyer Gary G. Prochaska licensed to practice in Oklahoma
Office: 405-703-4567, 1230 SW 89th Street Suite A, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Web site: www.okcinjuryattorneys.com/attorneys/gary-g-prochaska/
PRACTICE AREA: Workers Compensation

Jason Hicks

Lawyer Jason Hicks licensed to practice in Oklahoma since 2147483646
Office: 405-401-5302, 1230 SW 89th Street Suite A, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Web site: www.okcinjuryattorneys.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Family Law, Workers Compensation

Joey Chaif

Lawyer Joey Chaif licensed to practice in Oklahoma since 2147483646
Office: 405-524-1501, 1717 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Web site: okcinjurylaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Workers Compensation
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