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OLDFIELD & BUERGLER, P.L.L.C.
4808 North Classen Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73118


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Phone: (405) 840-6800
Fax: (405) 840-4808

 

 

 

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"Oldfield & Buergler" and the “firm”as used and referenced in this web site, refer to Oldfield & Buergler, A Professional Limited Liability Company, which maintains an office in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The contents, information and material contained on this web site are provided for general informational purposes only; so as to allow you to learn more about the firm, its services and its attorneys. The information contained and presented herein, is not in any way, to be construed or taken as legal advice, and is subject to change at anytime, without any notice.

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Please know that the only way for you to initiate possible representation by Oldfield & Buergler, P.L.L.C. or its attorneys is to personally call and speak with Ryan M. Oldfield or Matthew F. Buergler at (405) 840-6800. They will first explain and will then guide you through the firm’s conflict of interest procedures and will then see that you are put in touch with an attorney best suited to handle your situation. Once you receive an initial engagement letter from Oldfield & Buergler, P.L.L.C., or from an attorney in the firm, you will be the firm’s client. Then and only then will we be able to exchange information freely between one another.

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