Travis Dunn

Travis Dunn Background

Travis Dunn is an experienced trial lawyer who has dedicated 100% of his practice to litigating medical malpractice and wrongful death cases for over 25 years. 

Travis now uses his over two decades of hard-earned experience to represent individuals who have sustained catastrophic personal injuries or have lost a loved one due to the negligence of hospitals, doctors, or other medical personnel. Personal experience has instilled in him a passion for working tirelessly on behalf of families who have lost loved ones due to preventable medical mistakes, as well as patients who are catastrophically or permanently injured by medical malpractice and malfeasance.

Travis’ experience and bull dog tenacity makes him one of the best trial lawyers in the state.  His case preparation, ability to recognize the single point of failure, and his ability to transfer that information to the team, as well as to defense attorneys is just part of the reason that Travis is a successful litigator.  As a member of the medical malpractice team, his track record includes recovery of numerous 6 figure cases, over 15 seven figure cases, in addition to a respectable number of 8 figure cases, totalling over $80 million dollars in recovery for our clients.

Travis also uses his vast experience and proven knowledge to assist on the firm’s birth injury cases resulting in the recovery of over $40 million dollars.  As you will see in his representative recoveries, which is not an exhaustive list at all, Travis has also been very successful in other practice areas too.  

Travis is the loving husband and proud father of a college football player and an elementary school songbird. Don’t ask about his kids unless you are prepared for a long conversation complete with photos and lots of bragging


Travis attended college at Oklahoma State University. In 1992, he graduated from OSU with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and remains an avid Cowboy fan.

After graduating from college, Travis attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law. In 1995, he graduated from the OU College of Law, receiving a juris doctorate. During his time in law school, Travis became a reluctant OU fan and now says he roots for the Sooners in every game but one and always roots for the Cowboys.

University of Oklahoma College of Law

Norman Oklahoma, Juris Doctorate 1995

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, Oklahoma, B.S. 1992
Accounting Major

Areas of Practice

Travis uses his 25 plus years of legal experience to help individuals and families affected by medical malpractice and nursing home neglect resulting in catastrophic permanent personal injuries or death.

Medical Malpractice

Nursing Home Neglect

Birth injury, specifically Brachial Plexus/Erb’s Palsy

Representative Verdicts & Settlements

Professional Associations & Memberships

American Association for Justice, (AAJ) Member

American Association for Justice, Medical Negligence Section

American Association for Justice, Birth Injury Litigation Section

American Association for Justice, Leaders Forum

Oklahoma Bar Association

Oklahoma County Bar Association

Oklahoma Association for Justice, Member

Bar Admissions

Oklahoma, 1995

U.S. District Court Western District of Oklahoma, 1996

U.S. District Court Eastern District of Oklahoma, 1996

U.S. District Court Northern District of Oklahoma, 1996

Honors & Awards

Top 100 Trial Lawyers of America

Million Dollar Advocate Forum

Multi-Million Dollar Advocate Forum

Published Opinions

Harwick v. Dye, 975 P.2d 453, (Okla. 1999)

Crest Infinity v Swinton, 174 P.3d 996 (Okla. 2007)

Boler v Security Health Care LLC, 336 P.3d 996 (Okla. 2014)

Johnson v Convalescent Center, 341 P.3d 71 (Okla. 2014)

Sauders v. Mangum Nursing Ctr., LLC, 2016 OK CIV APP 53

Published Works & Articles

Featured in best-selling book: Patients at Risk: The Rise of the Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant in Healthcare by Niran Al-Agba and Rebekah Bernard 

Patients at Risk: What happens when hospitals replace physicians with NPs? – Attorney Travis Dunn (Part 1 & 2)