Sweet Law Partners Kyle Sweet and Naureen Ahmad Hubbard received a unanimous defense verdict in a paraplegia case against two physicians and an Oklahoma health system.

The case involved an allegation of failure to recognize and treat a change in neurological condition following a medical procedure, which allegedly resulted in a spinal cord injury. The case lasted two weeks. The Plaintiff tried the case using the Reptilian Theory and asked the jury for $5 million dollars. Naureen Hubbard took the lead at trial.

Strengths

Experience

We have extensive trial experience and a trial preparation process structured to benefit from the perspectives of our junior members while growing their knowledge base.

Technology

We stay on top of the latest technology to craft exhibits and demonstrations that help us successfully make the case to juries.

Reach

We have a regional footprint in Oklahoma City and Tulsa along with a national presence, thanks to a reputation built on successful outcomes overseeing large multistate cases.

Value

We create efficiencies through integrated services and a one-stop shop approach. We provide comprehensive legal services under one roof.