- General Civil Practice
- Casualty Insurance
- Fidelity And Surety
- Insurance Law
- Workers Compensation
- Employers Liability
- Medical Law
- Hospital Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Toxic Torts
- Real Property
- Title Insurance
- Corporate Law
- Commercial Law
- Municipal Law
- Trial Practice
- Federal Practice
- Pharmaceutical Product Liability
- Dental Malpractice
- First Amendment and defamation
- Civil Appeals
- Appellate Practice
- Aviation and Aerospace
- Civil Rights Defense
- Medical Malpractice
General Civil Practice, Casualty Insurance, Workers Compensation
The firm, formerly Fenton & Fenton, was founded in 1947 by Edgar R. Fenton (1890-1977), who has already established a successful law practice, his son, Elliott C. Fenton. The firm's practice was initially concentrated in the areas of surety law and the defense of wide range of personal injury, property damage and related insurance coverage matters. The Fentons were later joined by William G. Smith (1919-1993), Dale Reneau and Milton Moon. (1921-1988) and the firm became known in 1965 by its current name. Although only one of the original partners, Reneau, is in active practice, the firm has retained the name Fenton, Fenton, Smith, Reneau & Moon, in honor of the tradition and reputation established in the legal community by its founders. Elliott Fenton maintains his association with the firm as "of counsel."
Fenton, Fenton, Smith, Reneau & Moon has since grown to 22 lawyers licensed to practice in both state and federal courts in order to meet the needs of its many local, regional and national clients. Offices are located in Oklahoma City, in the center of the state. Our firm handles litigation statewide. The firm recently had litigation ongoing in 55 of the state's 77 counties. Those cases varied from personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, and civil rights. A growing field of concentration is in the area of insurance "bad faith" litigation. Four of the firm's lawyers practice workers' compensation law, appearing in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa state workers compensation courts.
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