You need an attorney who wins: Injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means you will probably pay the same percentage of the settlement regardless of the attorney's experience and skill. Kay Van Wey is a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer with over 25 years of experience litigating serious injury cases. Her track record shows that no matter how strong or ruthless the defendant, she has the strength and determination to match it and win. Kay fights the same for every client, regardless of the size of the case.
You deserve compassion and understanding: You are probably going through one of the most difficult times of your life, and your worries and suffering make it very tough to solve problems, to clarify your options, and make decisions. This is where Kay's empathy and ability to listen, her practical no-nonsense approach, and her profound sense of justice take over and make a huge difference. Kay Van Wey approaches each client's case with the same philosophy of thorough preparation, regardless of the circumstances or the extent of the injuries. If you become a client, you become part of the Van Wey Law family and get the same personal attention.
Texas injury attorney Kay Van Wey has been selected as a Texas Super Lawyer for 11 consecutive years (2003-2013). Super Lawyers are voted on by their peers, and only 5% of all Texas attorneys ever get this distinction once, much less 11 times.
Van Wey Law offers legal representation in the following areas:
Defective Medical Products
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Traumatic Brain Injury
Workplace & Premises Injuries
Medical & Hospital Mistakes
and many other types of injury cases.
12720 Hillcrest Road, Suite 725
Kay Van Wey is a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer with over 25 years of experience, and her peers have voted her a Texas Super Lawyer for eleven consecutive years (2003-2013). Kay has attained membership in the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum because of past results she has achieved for her clients.
Kay began her legal career in 1984 in her hometown of Lawton, Oklahoma as a Comanche County Assistant District Attorney. As a young prosecutor, Kay gained valuable courtroom experience. She later built upon the fundamentals she learned as a prosecutor as she tried numerous civil and criminal cases throughout Texas and Oklahoma.
Over the years, Kay has focused her practice on representing plaintiffs in personal injury litigation. She has represented many people who have become the unwitting victims of catastrophic personal injury or wrongful death. She has received national media attention for her work and achievements on her clients' behalf.
Kay licensed to practice law in Texas, Oklahoma, and Illinois and is admitted to practice before the US District Court for Northern District of Texas, the US District Court for Eastern District of Texas, the US District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma and the US District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma.
Bar Number: 20461950
Bar Number: 10504
Oklahoma City University School of Law
Iva B. Kelly Memorial Scholarship,
First Place - Women's Political Law Caucus Essay Contest,
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity,
Elected to Board of Governors
University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Arts - Political Science
President's Leadership Class Scholarship,
Pan-Hellenic Outstanding Scholarship Award,
Pi Sigma Alpha (Honorary Political Science Fraternity),
University of Oklahoma Student Association - Congressperson (two terms)
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