"Working for You" -- We help people who have been injured or treated unfairly.
The Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas personal injury lawyers at Carr & Carr Attorneys At Law represent individuals who have been hurt or treated unfairly. We believe that the protection of individual rights is absolutely necessary to preserve the freedoms we all enjoy. At Carr & Carr, each lawyer fights for the rights of the individual. We are dedicated to representing individuals and their families.
Our experienced Oklahoma and Arkansas attorneys have fought for our clients in courts throughout Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas and other states. We have successfully represented people who have suffered a wide range of devastating injuries including catastrophic brain and spinal injuries. These injuries occurred in car crashes, railroad accidents, oil field blowouts, plane crashes; due to defective medical devices, drugs or products; and slip and falls, to name a few. We have also successfully represented our clients in a wide variety of insurance claims.
Carr & Carr Attorneys
4416 South Harvard Ave
Tulsa OK 74135
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
1350 S.W. 89th Street
2002 South 48th Street
Michael E. Carr practices out of the Tulsa office of Carr & Carr. He graduated with distinction from the University of Oklahoma, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration.
Thereafter, he earned a Master's degree in Political Management from George Washington University. He returned to Oklahoma to earn a Juris Doctor degree at Oklahoma City University School of Law where he graduated in the top 15% of his class.
He is currently licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Oklahoma. He works in all phases of litigation from pre-trial litigation to trial work.
Michael is a proud member of National Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Michael and his wife married in 2006 and they happily reside in Tulsa with their daughter.
Patrick E. Carr co-founded the firm with his father, Eugene Carr, in 1973. He has been the principal attorney in the firm since his father’s passing in 1992. His practice is concentrated in cases involving brain injury, wrongful death and insurance bad faith. He has tried and argued cases in every United States Federal District Court in Oklahoma, the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and numerous Oklahoma District Courts.
Pat is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He has successfully represented the firm’s clients in a number of states. He has served as a Judge on the Oklahoma Temporary Court of Appeals, as a member of the Rules of Professional Conduct Committee of the Oklahoma Bar Association, on the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association as well as its Vice-President (2001) and President (2002). He has also authored numerous articles in the area of tort law and has lectured and taught for both the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association and the Oklahoma Bar Association. He has been involved in a number of published legal opinions.
He served in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, as an enlisted man, an infantry platoon leader and a station commander. He also served in the United States Army Reserves as an officer in a Civil Affairs unit. He has coached little league baseball, is interested in distance running and swimming, he plays the violin and studies biographies and history. Pat and his wife married in 1975 and have three adult sons.
1970 – Bachelor of Arts, History, (Special Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, Top Ten Senior Men), College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
1973 – Juris Doctor, School of Law, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
Tye is the managing attorney for our Oklahoma City office. He concentrates his practice in personal injury, wrongful death and insurance bad faith litigation. Tye handles most of the jury trials for our clients in Oklahoma City and the remaining western half of Oklahoma. He has obtained significant jury verdicts in the central, western and southeastern areas of Oklahoma. He has persuaded major insurance carriers to change their claims-handling procedures through his pursuit of bad faith litigation.
In 1999, Tye obtained a ruling from the Oklahoma Supreme Court in Burch v. Allstate that was a major victory for clients seeking uninsured motorist benefits. This decision continues to cause an uproar in the insurance industry. In 1998, he sued Allstate for bad faith because of the company’s policy of requiring insured’s to sign a release in exchange for payment of undisputed benefits due under the insured’s uninsured motorist coverage. After obtaining a favorable ruling from the court on the issue, the case settled for a confidential amount. Immediately after the settlement, Allstate changed its claim-handling procedure on this issue.
When not practicing law and spending time with his family, Tye enjoys fishing in bass tournaments at the state and national level.
Author of Torts Section in quarterly publication of Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association, the Advocate
Lecture: Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association’s Rising Stars CLE – Focus Groups, 2003
Lecture: Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Insurance Law Update CLE – Tort Law Update, 2003-Present
Lecture: Oklahoma Bar Association’s CLE Basics of The Automobile Accident Case – 2004
Lecture: Oklahoma Bar Association’s CLE Auto Accidents – Perspectives from Both Sides – Litigating the Case for the Plaintiff – 2007
Burch v. Allstate Ins. Co., 977 P.2d 1057, 1998 OK 129 (Okla., Dec. 22, 1998). This decision requires all uninsured motorist carriers in Oklahoma to pay their insured’s the full amount of their UM claim without allowing the insurance company to deduct the available liability coverage.
Nichols v. Allstate Ins. Co., CIV-98-22-M (U.S. Western District Oklahoma). Bad faith case resulting in Allstate changing claims handling procedure (see above).
Quiver v. Emerson, CJ-95-240 (Grady County District Court, Oklahoma). Jury trial resulting in significant damage award for man accidentally shot by ex-wife.
Phares v. Kelly, et al., C-95-400 (Pittsburg County District Court, Oklahoma). Persuaded court to allow case to proceed against motor carrier lessee despite truck being on personal mission of driver/owner at time of accident. Obtained directed verdict at trial on liability and significant jury award for damages.
Tatum & Underwood v. City of Oklahoma City, CJ-97-2621-63 (Oklahoma
Greg Smart joined the firm of Carr & Carr in 2006. Before joining the firm, he was associated with the law firm of Brady, Schaulat & Falsetti in Oklahoma City, where he concentrated his practice on personal injury and negligence litigation, which included semi and auto accidents, premises liability, products liability, nursing home negligence and insurance law disputes. He was responsible for all phases of civil pre-trial and trial preparation matters and has appealed to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.
Mr. Smart continues to focus on all types of personal injury and negligence litigation for Carr & Carr. He is licensed to practice in all state courts in Oklahoma and the United States Federal Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
Greg is married with one child. Greg and his family reside in Oklahoma City.
Thomas K. Ventura began working at Carr and Carr's Oklahoma City office in 2013. An experienced personal injury attorney, he spent the previous eight years of his career working for another local law firm.
Thomas has focused his entire legal career on helping people injured as a result of motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, dog attacks and other injuries. He has negotiated with insurance companies and tried cases to juries resulting in millions of dollars recovered on behalf of his clients.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, Thomas moved to Oklahoma to attend college. By the time he graduated from law school, Thomas knew Oklahoma was where he wanted to live and raise his family. Thomas has three children, Victoria, Samuel and Olivia. His wife, Jennifer, is also a practicing attorney in Oklahoma City.
When not working, Thomas loves to spend time with his family, play basketball with his son and, of course, root on the Thunder.
2000 Bachelor of Science, Forensic Science, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma. Thomas received the inaugural Forensic Science Student of the Year award.
2005 Juris Doctor with Distinction, School of Law, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Bar Association
Oklahoma Association for Justice
Admitted to practice in the State of Oklahoma Western & Eastern Federal District Courts of Oklahoma
Wilson White is a native Tulsan who has practiced law in Oklahoma for more 26 years. He is an experienced trial lawyer in all types of personal injury and workers' compensation matters. In his first 13 years of practice, he defended corporations and large insurance companies. In the last 13 years, he has represented injured people, which has provided him tremendous satisfaction and peace of mind.
Wilson is admitted to practice in all Oklahoma state courts and the three federal Oklahoma District Courts. Wilson has also prosecuted multiple cases and completed oral arguments in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. In his free time, Wilson enjoys the outdoors and especially spending time at the lake. He is the proud father to his favorite son and his favorite daughter.
Oklahoma Association for Justice
Oklahoma Bar Association
Tulsa County Bar Association
The University of Tulsa; Tulsa, OK
Juris Doctor, 1990
Southern Methodist University; Dallas, TX
Bachelor of Business Administration,, 1983
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