Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Roberta Robinson's role as a serious personal injury attorney incorporates her experience in medical social work, law, and as president emeritus of the Ok Brain Injury Association. She has 20 years of legal experience practicing in the areas of:
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Head, Eye and Facial Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Herniated Disk Injury
  • Shoulder and Knee Injury
  • Wrongful Death
She has represented people who have been seriously injured in auto accidents, truck accidents, in oil field accidents, train crossing collisions, and other causes. Her experience enhances her ability to evaluate the value of how an injury has impacted a client's function in daily living skills and job performance. She works with medical, vocational, biomechanics, graphic experts to provide comprehensive legal documentation of liability and damages for the catastrophically injured. She also takes an active role in her clients' plan for rehabilitation and future medical care. Roberta has written and spoken on many topics related to representing clients with serious personal injury including pediatric brain injury, resources for rehabilitation, life care planning and social security disability. She has chaired numerous statewide medical conferences on traumatic brain injury, medical and legal issues, and served as president of the Oklahoma Brain Injury Association. Roberta's involvement in the Christian Legal Society and the American Center for Law and Justice reflects her desire to utilize Christian principles in her law practice. Through her work and personal experiences, Roberta has dealt with the impact of catastrophic injury and the process of recovery. Ms. Robinson is also a member of the American and Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Associations and the American and Oklahoma bar Associations.
Lectures & Presentations The following is a partial list of our presentations for your review Documentation of Damages in TBI Cases: Mt. Sanai Hospital New York, NY. New York Trial Lawyers Association & Briar Ivy Association. Nov 1999. "Should I Take the Case? A Primer in Screening and Maintaining the Client Relationship." Utah Trial Lawyers Association Conference, January 29, 1999. "New Clients- Recognizing Post-Concussion Syndrome Cases and Maintaining a Good Relationship." The Brain Injury Association 12th Annual Attorneys Conference, September 19,1998. "Government, Agency and Legal Resources for Persons with Brain Injury" Oklahoma Annual Medical Symposium on Head Trauma: Mild to Severe. Sponsored by O.U. Medical College, Department of Neurosurgery, and Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma, Sept. 11, 1998. "Triumphing Through Adversity" Brain Injury Association Annual Consumer Conference, May 1998. "Utilizing Government and Legal Funding Resources for the Head Injury Survivor" Brain Injury Association, Oklahoma City Chapter, 1997. "The National and State Brain Injury Associations and You." Brain Injury Association, Tulsa Chapter, 1997. "Certification for Brain Injury Specialist" Case Manager Society of America, Oklahoma Chapter, Oct. 1997. "Developing Resources for Rehabilitation Funding" Stillwater Brain Injury Association Chapter, 1996. "Determining Eligibility for Disability Benefits." Brain Injury Association Consumer Conference, April 1996. "Creative Funding Sources For Rehabilitation Services" Oklahoma Community Healthcare Alliance, 1994. "Life Care Planning, From Client Interview to Presentation" Case Managers Society of America, Tulsa Chapter, 1994. "Life Care Planning, Developing a Long Term Care Strategy" SW Regional Instructional Institute on TBI, May, 1994. "Understanding The Funding Maze and Utilizing Available Resources for the Head Injury Survivor" SW Regional Instructional Institute on TBI, May, 1993. "Understanding Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income" Oklahoma State Mental Health Outpatient Dept.; Chairman/Speaker, 1982.