Steven E. Clark
Steven E. Clark knows how hard these cases can be – when you or a loved one is seriously harmed during a medical procedure due to a doctor’s negligence, the effects can be devastating.
Steven E. Clark attorney knows that every case he works on, he helps families find closure and holds hospitals accountable for reckless behavior; every time one of his clients wins, he know that hospitals will be forced to make adjustments to keep future patients safer in the end.
Additionally, Steven E. Clark attorney is compassionate and truly cares about each and every one of his clients; throughout your case, Steven will keep you up-to-date with constant updates so you’ll never feel like you’re in the dark.
After being admitted to the bar in 1975, Steven E. Clark has spent his career in personal injury practice. Steven has tried more than a hundred injury cases.He served on the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association and the Oklahoma County Bar Association and has been a delegate to the State Bar Convention.
Steven is also a member of the American Association for Justice, the American Bar Association Medicine and Law Committee, the American Association for Justice Birth Trauma Committee, and the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an honor limited to the top 1% of attorneys.
He has been a speaker at attorney education programs for the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Oklahoma County Bar, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and has served on the Oklahoma City University adjunct law faculty. Steven is listed in The Best Lawyers in America. His novel, “Justice is for the Lonely” will be published soon.
Steven E. Clark is a native Oklahoman with four daughters and a son. In his free time, he loves watching his son play football and is also an ASA-certified girls fast-pitch softball coach.
The clients I work with are always on my mind. My problems are always insignificant to my people. I worry about them long after the case is over.“