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Anderson “Andy” Dark is a personal injury attorney practicing in Oklahoma City.
Andy began his legal career in 2012 at the law firm of Wiggins Sewell & Ogletree. His practice focused on defending medical malpractice lawsuits filed against Oklahoma physicians and hospitals. In this role he handled wrongful death cases, birth injury cases, and surgical error cases resulting in catastrophic injuries. He gained experience working under seasoned litigators and learning how to effectively persuade jurors and control a courtroom.
In 2017, Andy accepted a trial attorney position at Allstate insurance. This opportunity provided a chance to sharpen his courtroom skills. In just two years he represented over 150 Allstate insureds at the direction of the insurance company. In this role he tried cases to juries in Oklahoma County, Tulsa County, and Comanche County. In addition to a fast-paced litigation practice, he was introduced to the processes and procedures insurance companies use to evaluate and handle claims. This invaluable knowledge benefits his clients in maximizing the odds of getting the highest possible payment out of a claim. His leadership skills led to him being selected by Allstate as one of a handful of lawyers tasked with travelling to other states to educate fellow trial attorneys on how to best represent clients.
Andy joins Kirkendall Dwyer as an accomplished trial attorney ready to represent those who have suffered due to the negligence of others – in the operating room, on the road, and at large.
Andy was raised in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he served as a Burr Scholar and the President’s Leadership Class Student Advisor. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2010, he attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Amongst other leadership roles at OU Law, he was elected by his peers to serve as class president as a first year and third year law student. He received his Juris Doctor in 2014, and was admitted to the Oklahoma bar that same year. He currently serves as the Vice-chairman of the OU Law Young Alumni Board.
Andy is admitted to practice before all Oklahoma state courts and the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. He lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and son.