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Oklahoma Personal Injury Attorney Clayton Hasbrook Named Top 40 Under 40 State Chair

Posted Mar 2, 2015 by jacobwillam
The National Trial Lawyers has appointed Oklahoma city lawyer Clayton Hasbrook as state chair of the organization’s Top 40 Under 40 group for 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Mar 2, 2015 -- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Entering his third year as a member of the National Trial Lawyer’s Top 40 Under 40 professional organization, Oklahoma City personal injury attorney Clayton T. Hasbrook has been named state chair of the group in 2015. As Oklahoma state chair, Hasbrook will assist the organization with important leadership tasks, including aiding in the selection process for next year’s group of Top 40 Under 40 attorneys.

“I am excited and honored to enter into this leadership position among the most talented and hard-working young attorneys in Oklahoma,” said Hasbrook. “My legal career and personal mission is to help injury victims in the wake of serious accidents. The fact that pursuing this primary goal has led to other recognitions is simply an added bonus.”

The National Trial Lawyers is an organization that is comprised of the top civil plaintiff and criminal defense trial lawyers in the country. The exclusive organization offers its members educational programs, networking opportunities, and advocacy training. Its ultimate goal is to harness the knowledge and skill of the best trial lawyers from across the nation in order to make innovations and progress when it comes to seeking justice for those wrongfully or intentionally injured by others.

National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 is a roster of trial attorneys under the age of 40 across the state who are exceptional in their field. This invitation-only group is chosen annually based on their superior qualifications, trial results, and displays of leadership. Each Top 40 Under 40 lawyer undergoes a multi-step selection process that includes peer nominations and third-party research.

“Working with National Trial Lawyers is empowering and invigorating,” said Hasbrook. “The organization connects me with the brightest up-and-coming trial lawyers in Oklahoma as well as the most knowledgeable and accomplished attorneys from across the state. Together, we are able to share ideas and strategies, discuss the most important current issues in our industry, and ultimately improve our clients’ experiences and results.”

Hasbrook graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2005 with a degree in economics and the University of Oklahoma Law School in 2008 with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. Upon his graduation, he joined his family’s law firm, Hasbrook & Hasbrook, where practices in the area of general litigation and personal injury.

Read more about The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40.

Read more about Oklahoma City personal injury attorney Clayton Hasbrook.

About Hasbrook & Hasbrook:

Located in Oklahoma City, Hasbrook & Hasbrook is an established family law office dedicated to helping individuals and families with a range of legal assistance, from personal injury to employment law to insurance law.

With decades of experience and an emphasis on excellent customer service, Hasbrook & Hasbrook strives to be compassionate and easily accessible when it comes to their clients. However, when it comes to insurance companies, negligent parties, big businesses, and employers, we are not afraid to fight back.

Hasbrook & Hasbrook assists clients in the areas of personal injury, vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, defective products, insurance law, and employment law.

To learn more about Hasbrook & Hasbrook, please visit or call (405) 235-1551.

Contact: Clayton Hasbrook
Phone: (405) 235-1551
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated : Mar 2, 2015

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