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Jay T. Chaney

Jay T. Chaney


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Associate
phone (405) 528-4567
(800) 725-2222
fax (405) 525-2123
email Email Me

Jay Chaney was born and raised in Oklahoma. He is a product of the Mustang Public School system, where he as Captain of the varsity soccer team from his sophomore to senior years. After graduating from high school he attended Southern Nazarene University from 1995-1998 on a soccer scholarship. Jay continued to develop his leadership skills as the starting goalkeeper and Captain of the soccer team from his sophomore year to his senior year. He was awarded Honorable Mention All-American in 1998. He then left college to play professional soccer in Canada.

Jay later finished his undergraduate studies at the University of Central Oklahoma where he obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration degree. He then began working for the Oklahoma City Police Department where he was a 911 Supervisor. Jay then attended Oklahoma City University School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree while working part time at 911 and in the workers’ compensation arena. While in law school, Jay obtained his licensed legal intern status from the Oklahoma Supreme Court and began working in workers’ compensation. After graduating, Jay worked for the next 5 years as an attorney representing employers and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters. This experience gives Jay a unique and well-rounded view of how to be most effective in prosecuting a workers’ compensation claim on behalf of injured workers. In most instances, Jay understands and knows what the other side is thinking and how best to pursue a case.

Areas of Practice:
Workers’ Compensation
Bar Admissions:
Oklahoma, 2013
Education:
Oklahoma City University School of Law, 2013,
Juris Doctor
University of Central Oklahoma, 2002,
Bachelor of Arts
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Oklahoma State Bar Association
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