As a Board Certified Trial
Lawyer, James (Jim) Wood represents individuals, children, and families against
corporations, insurance companies, hospitals, and others that caused harm
through neglect, indifference, malice, or greed. "When corporations place
profits above the safety and health of others, those corporations must be made
to take responsibility for their conduct," Jim says. "When insurance
companies refuse to pay legitimate claims, they must be held accountable."
After an extensive and
confidential peer review of members of the Bar and Judiciary, Jim has achieved
an AV Martindale-Hubbell® Rating in the areas of litigation, personal injury,
and medical malpractice. This means that Wood's peers have rated him as an AV
Preeminent® Attorney with the highest ethical standards.
National Order of Barristers. Chief Article Editor, Oklahoma Law Review,
1991-1992. Briefing Attorney, Seventh Court of Appeals of Texas (Amarillo).
Teaching Assistant, Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy,
University of Oklahoma, 1991-1992. Chair, Randall County Democratic Party,
1996-2003. Member: National Cutting Horse Association; American Quarter Horse
Association; Sierra Club; The Wilderness Society; National Rifle Association.
Associate: Boone and Crockett Club.