With over 30 years of litigation experience, Wade Christensen has built a practice committed to providing Oklahoma employers with solid legal representation. Whether entering a complex business transaction, workers’ compensation issue, labor dispute, personal injury, bankruptcy, health care acquisition, or financial institution defense, he and his associates serve as effective solution providers. Christensen guides employers through often-difficult workers’ compensation cases and helps to identify significant legal issues in a proactive manner. His approach seeks early resolution through non-suit, motion practice or early settlement, which adds substantial value to any large or small employer or insurer.

As a graduate of Oklahoma State University and the University of Tulsa’s School of Law, Christensen has brought together solid education and several years of experience with a large law firm to bring clients results-driven legal representation.

Spearheading the launch of Christensen & Associates in 2011 and later forming both Christensen Law Group and Christensen Law, this enabled him to focus

resources to give clients even more flexible access to expert legal assistance, providing large firm results, while maintaining a close working relationship only a local firm can offer.

In addition to his dedication to his clients in his profession, Christensen also serves fellow Oklahomans alongside his wife, Governor Mary Fallin. As First Gentleman of Oklahoma, Christensen serves as Chairman of Friends of the Mansion and is on the Board of Advocates of Children’s Hospital Foundation. He also served as honorary co-chair of the Campaign for Justice fundraiser benefiting Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, which provides legal services to those in need. For his efforts, the Journal Record awarded Christensen the Leadership in Law award in 2015.

Christensen enjoys family time with his wife, Mary, and their children, Blake, Adam, Christina, Brittiany, Price and Alex. He is an active member at Crossing Community Church in Oklahoma City. He also enjoys Oklahoma sporting events, skiing, boating at Grand Lake in Oklahoma, and farming and ranching.

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