Shad Withers

Shad Withers, an Idaho native, received his undergraduate degree in Political Science and Business from Utah State University, where he was a member of the Political Science Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha.  Thereafter, Mr. Withers attended  the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, where he received multiple writing awards and graduated cum laude.  Following  law school, Mr. Withers was an attorney in the Product Liability / Mass Tort Litigation group at the international law firm, Sidley Austin in Chicago, Illinois.

Mr. Withers moved to Oklahoma in 2008, where he has successfully represented the interests of businesses and individuals in matters involving breach of contract, insurance coverage, bad faith, construction defect, catastrophic motor vehicle collisions, medical malpractice, negligent credentialing, Title VII discrimination, and the sales practices of national broker-dealers.


Articles By Shad Withers

Vehicle Damage Due To Poor Road Conditions: Who Is Liable?
From potholes to construction zones, who is on the legal hook when your car is damaged by road conditions?
Parental Responsibility Laws in Kentucky
Understanding a parent or legal guardian's potential liability for a minor's "willful misconduct" or negligence in Kentucky.
When to Make an Underinsured or Uninsured Driver Insurance Claim
Tips on making a claim under your own policy when the at-fault driver has no (or not enough) car insurance coverage.
How to Find Complaints Against a Doctor or Hospital
These resources can help you do your homework when considering a certain physician or care facility.
What is Required to File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
Learn the legal elements you'll need to establish, and the documents you'll need to file with the court.
The Affidavit of Merit in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
If you’re filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, you may need to file this key document alongside the initial complaint.
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits and the Statute of Limitations
Pay close attention to the statutory time limit for getting your medical malpractice lawsuit filed in court.
If You're Discharged Too Soon, Is It Medical Malpractice?
When a doctor or hospital sends you home before it's medically safe to do so, that decision could amount to medical negligence.
Surgical Errors and Medical Malpractice
A look at common causes and types of surgical errors, and key legal issues in these kinds of malpractice cases.
Parental Responsibility Laws in Vermont
Understanding a parent or legal guardian's potential liability for a minor's "willful misconduct" or negligence in Vermont.