Scott Allen

Time-Tested Litigation Expert, Scott Allen

Scott Allen

Scott is a seasoned trial lawyer who has been representing injured people and their families for over 20 years. During his career, he has handled and tried numerous personal injury cases, including catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice and negligence, and death. He believes that clients are best served through honesty with them and dedication to the successful resolution of their case.
Scott Allen

Legal Service With Long-Term Focus

Scott believes that individuals, hospitals, and companies should be accountable for their actions. The purpose of the court system, he believes, is to improve the lives of everyone by making the community safer and that only through accountability can this be achieved.

Highly-Respected and Successful Attorney

Scott is well-respected by other lawyers and well-liked by his clients. The focus of his practice is catastrophic injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death. To learn more about him, contact E Terrill Corley & Associates today.
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Scott graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1987 with a degree in Psychology and attended law school at the University of Tulsa College of Law, graduating in 1990.
Scott’s career began as an Assistant District Attorney, where he served for 5 years, trying cases ranging from larceny to murder. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his dog, playing golf, and fishing.

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Oklahoma Bar Association, 1990
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma
  • United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit of Oklahoma
  • United States District Courts Pro Hac Vice Admissions, Southern District of Indiana, 2011
  • Tulsa County Bar Association

Seminar Instruction

  •  Instructor, NBI: Plaintiff’s Personal Injury from start to finish, October 2011


  • University of Tulsa, JD, 1990
  • Oklahoma State University, BA Psychology with a minor in Political Science, 1987
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