Two personal injury attorneys of Martin Jean & Jackson in Oklahoma have been selected as 2017 Super Lawyers® members: Attorney Scott Jackson and Attorney Jacob Biby. Attorney Patrick Collogan was named as a 2017 Rising Stars℠ member.

Martin Jean & Jackson, a leading personal injury law firm with offices throughout Oklahoma, has announced that two of its attorneys have been selected to the 2017 Super Lawyers® membership list and a third attorney was selected as a 2017 Rising Stars℠ member.

Attorney Scott Jackson was selected as a Super Lawyers® member. He has received the prestigious selection for six consecutive years, first being chosen in 2012. He is a partner at the Martin Jean & Jackson, acts as the head of the litigation department, and works out of the firm’s Ponca City office location.

Attorney Jacob Biby was also selected as a Super Lawyers® member for his skills, ethics, and case results. Attorney Biby has been chosen as a Super Lawyers® member each year since 2012. Clients can work with Attorney Biby at the Tulsa office location.

Attorney Patrick Collogan of the Ponca City office was selected to be a Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ member. This distinction will only be granted to attorneys who have less than 10 years of practice experience, or who are under the age of 41. This Rising Stars℠ selection marks his first year in Super Lawyers® and promises much of his future career as a personal injury attorney.

Super Lawyers® will not select any more than 5% of all attorneys in the United States for its yearly membership selections. Only 2.5% of all lawyers can be chosen as a Rising Stars℠ member. Legal professionals chosen for either list must exemplify true excellence in legal understanding, litigation skills, client dedication, and professional ethics. Martin Jean & Jackson holds high principles and standards, as the 2017 Super Lawyers® selections show.

Inquiring parties are encouraged to visit for more information about Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars℠ selections. Legal assistance with personal injury claims in Oklahoma can be retained by visiting, the official website of Martin Jean & Jackson.

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