Gilpin Law Office, Tulsa

Don't Wreck Your Case


Welcome to Gilpin Law Office

Contact Tim Gilpin at Gilpin Law Office: 918-583-8900

Tim Gilpin is an aggressive, hard-working Tulsa lawyer with over 30 years of experience successfully representing plaintiffs in personal injury, negligence, job discrimination, wage and benefit disputes, wrongful death, and wrongful termination law.

Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tim Gilpin is a former Assistant Attorney General for Oklahoma and formerly a member of the Oklahoma State Board of Education. Tim represents mistreated victims from all over Oklahoma, including greater Tulsa.

He is fully focused on working hard to provide optimal results for you, his client. When you call into the office, you will talk to a lawyer about your case – not a paralegal or a clerk. When you hire Tim Gilpin, you will benefit from a knowledgeable, experienced advocate who will fight in and out of the court room for your legal rights on car wrecks, workplace harassment, workplace discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, wrongful termination, wrongful death, insurance bad faith, and other forms of negligence and injustices. Tim’s clients can expect maximum results in a settlement or a court trial.

Clients Talk About Tim Gilpin of Gilpin Law Office

  • Car Wreck / Injury

    Tulsa is not known for its good drivers. An injury car wreck can quickly turn from bad to worse without the legal experience it takes for full fledge help in an area that is foreign to most people.

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  • INSURANCE BAD FAITH

    You paid money to buy car, home, health, life or boat insurance. You bought it for piece of mind in case something bad happened to you or your family. Its not okay for your own insurance company to deny your claim …

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  • WORK HARASSMENT

    It’s not okay when a work manager, supervisor or co-worker won’t take “no” for an answer to sexual interest or stop comments and harassment based on race, sex, on-the-job injury or pregnancy.

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  • WRONGFUL DEATH

    The loss of a loved one is unbearable. This tragedy is made worse when it’s due to the negligence of someone else.

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  • WRONGFUL FIRING / TERMINATION

    In Oklahoma, you cannot be fired because of your race, sex, pregnancy, on-the-job injury or because you filed a legitimate Workers’ Compensation claim.

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  • WRONGFUL FIRING / TERMINATION

    In Oklahoma, you cannot be fired because of your race, sex, pregnancy, on-the-job injury or because you filed a legitimate Workers’ Compensation claim.

    Click To Learn More

  • WRONGFUL DEATH

    The loss of a loved one is unbearable. This tragedy is made worse when it’s due to the negligence of someone else.

    Click To Learn More

  • INSURANCE BAD FAITH

    You paid money to buy car, home, health, life or boat insurance. You bought it for piece of mind in case something bad happened to you or your family. Its not okay for your own insurance company to deny your claim …

    Click To Learn More

  • WORK HARASSMENT

    It’s not okay when a work manager, supervisor or co-worker won’t take “no” for an answer to sexual interest or stop comments and harassment based on race, sex, on-the-job injury or pregnancy.

    Click To Learn More

  • Car Wreck / Injury

    Tulsa is not known for its good drivers. An injury car wreck can quickly turn from bad to worse without the legal experience it takes for full fledge help in an area that is foreign to most people.

    Click To Learn More

  • WRONGFUL DEATH

    The loss of a loved one is unbearable. This tragedy is made worse when it’s due to the negligence of someone else.

    Click To Learn More

  • Car Wreck / Injury

    Tulsa is not known for its good drivers. An injury car wreck can quickly turn from bad to worse without the legal experience it takes for full fledge help in an area that is foreign to most people.

    Click To Learn More

  • WRONGFUL FIRING / TERMINATION

    In Oklahoma, you cannot be fired because of your race, sex, pregnancy, on-the-job injury or because you filed a legitimate Workers’ Compensation claim.

    Click To Learn More

  • INSURANCE BAD FAITH

    You paid money to buy car, home, health, life or boat insurance. You bought it for piece of mind in case something bad happened to you or your family. Its not okay for your own insurance company to deny your claim …

    Click To Learn More

  • WORK HARASSMENT

    It’s not okay when a work manager, supervisor or co-worker won’t take “no” for an answer to sexual interest or stop comments and harassment based on race, sex, on-the-job injury or pregnancy.

    Click To Learn More

 

 

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