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Hardworking Oklahoma City injury attorneys serve all of Oklahoma

The attorneys at Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons are dedicated to helping injured people throughout our state. Our attorneys relate to clients personally and provide attentive, accessible, hands-on legal services. Many of our attorneys are from small towns. We feel a deep sense of responsibility to our fellow Oklahomans everywhere in the state who are injured or have lost a loved one because of the negligence of another person or entity.

Please read our individual attorney profiles. You’ll probably find that our backgrounds are pretty similar to your own. From modest beginnings, we’ve risen through hard work to reach a position where we can serve our community. We stand for, and with, injured individuals in an underdog position versus powerful defendants: large insurance companies and self-insured corporations.

Many of our clients live outside the Oklahoma City area. We are willing to travel as necessary if injuries prevent you from traveling. We invite you to read more about our attorneys and to contact us online or call 405.528.4567 to arrange your free consultation.

Rick W. Bisher

Rick W. Bisher is the son of a construction worker and a factory seamstress. His father labored to ascend the ladder in his company, eventually becoming its vice president. Rick became fluent in Spanish when the company moved his family to Guatemala and then to El Salvador. Rick’s father often told him, "Work hard, and always do your best." His example motivated Rick to achieve his career goals.  [Read More]

Patrick C. Ryan

Patrick C. Ryan is Of Counsel to the law firm of Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons. He received his Bachelor of Science in business administration in 1961 from Central State University and his Juris Doctor in 1969 from Oklahoma City University. Patrick has served as General Counsel for the state insurance commissioner, administrator of the Oklahoma Department of Securities and administrator of the Oklahoma Department of Consumer Affairs. [Read More]

Philip D. Ryan

Phil Ryan was born just a few blocks from the White House in Washington, D.C. while his father was a member of the armed services. Phil's father worked his way through law school and was ultimately appointed the presiding judge of the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court. Like his father, Phil worked his way through law school by attending classes at night and holding a job during the day, yet he still managed to graduate number four in his class. [Read More]

Charles T. Simons

Charles Simons was born in Woodville, Texas in 1972. At age 10, his family moved to West Virginia due to his father's job. He attended St. Mary's High School, where he excelled in football and academics. Charles worked evenings and weekends at a grocery store while in high school. He graduated in 1991 and was awarded the Nedjelko Dinko Suljak Memorial Scholarship to attend Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. During college, Charles returned home to St. Mary's each summer to work at the power plant. [Read More]

Riley Bisher

Riley Bisher’s passion for law and justice is in her blood, as she has followed in the footsteps of her father, Rick W. Bisher into the field of law. Riley graduated Magna cum Laude from the University of Oklahoma in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Literary and Cultural Studies. As an undergraduate, Riley studied as abroad at Middlesex University in London. She was an exceptional student earning her way onto the Dean’s List every semester. [Read More]

Jay T. Chaney

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. [Read More]

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