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R. Greg Andrews

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Construction Litigation Attorney in Norman, OK

Andrews Law
2516 Tee Dr
Norman, OK 73069
Phone: 405-467-3177
Fax: 405-360-7002
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2021 - 2022
Licensed in Oklahoma Since: 2001
Practice Areas: Construction Litigation: Business, Civil Litigation: Plaintiff, Insurance Coverage, Business Litigation, Employment & Labor: Employer, Family Law
Attorney Profile

Focusing his practice largely on complex civil litigation, R. Greg Andrews is the managing member at Andrews Law. Based in Norman, Oklahoma, he represents people and businesses throughout the state. An Oklahoma native, Mr. Andrews became admitted to practice before all of its state courts in 2001, and he is additionally admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States.

A large portion of Mr. Andrews’ practice is centered on construction litigation, and he has the unique distinction of representing both plaintiffs and defendants in this regard. Some of his representative successes have included multiple million dollar recoveries on behalf of his homeowner and commercial building clients, as well as numerous defense verdicts and judgments on behalf of his contractor/builder clients.  Mr. Andrews has earned the trust from his peers as he has represented multiple attorneys with their personal construction lawsuits.  Mr. Andrews is the lawyer other lawyers seek for personal construction representation!

Outside of the construction area, Mr. Andrews has handled insurance bad faith and other insurance coverage claims on behalf of the insurance company and the insured, as well as personal injury, fraud, deceptive trade practices and consumer protection, and he has argued them before arbitration panels as well as in the courtroom before judges and juries.  He also has extensive experience in family law, resulting in Mr. Andrews being selected to serve as the co-editor of the Oklahoma Family Law Journal and Oklahoma Family Law Practice Manual. Mr. Andrews is also Fellow of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation, and served an active role in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court where he served as the Mentoring Committee Coordinator, and received both the President’s Award and Outstanding Associate Award.

Prior to college, Mr. Andrews represented his country with distinction as a Security Policeman in the United States Air Force, and he was awarded several medals for his service in Operation Desert Storm. He then enrolled at The University of Oklahoma and received a Bachelor of Arts in both English and history. Mr. Andrews remained on campus for his legal education at The University of Oklahoma College of Law and graduated in 2001. During law school, Mr. Andrews also attended Brasenose College, Oxford University, Oxford, England, where he received the American Jurisprudence Award for the study of Family Law.

Mr. Andrews holds an AV Preeminent peer review rating* from Martindale-Hubbell along with numerous other accolades from his peers.  The AV Preeminent rating is awarded to less than five percent (5%) of all attorneys across the United States and is the highest rating offered by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.  Mr. Andrews has also earned a perfect five-star rating on his reviews and positive referrals from his satisfied clients, resulting in Martindale-Hubbell awarding him with the greatest professional accomplishment by naming him as a "Client Champion" with Platinum Distinction, which is the ultimate referral by those who matter the most, the client - a distinction that fewer than one percent (1%) of all attorneys attain.

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Practice Areas
  • 30%Construction Litigation: Business
  • 20%Civil Litigation: Plaintiff
  • 20%Insurance Coverage
  • 10%Business Litigation
  • 10%Employment & Labor: Employer
  • 10%Family Law
Focus Areas

Construction Defects, Bad Faith Insurance, Labor Law

Selections

2 Years Super Lawyers
  • Super Lawyers: 2021 - 2022

White Papers

  • A Faulty Foundation: Pier and Grade (2021) - Article provides a summary of foundation choices for home builders and explores the pros and cons of each type.  Article focuses on the problems associated with the Pier and Grade foundation and warns both the builder and home buyer of the pitfalls associated with it.

About R. Greg Andrews

First Admitted: 2001, Oklahoma

Professional Webpage: https://www.andrews.law/attorney_profile_v1.html

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Volunteered as an AAU Girl's basketball coach in Oklahoma and Arkansas.  Served as an assistant girl's basketball coach at Moore High School where he helped guide the Moore Lady Lions to their first winning season since 2001. Volunteered as the girl's middle school basketball coach at Community Christian School wherein his Royals went undefeated and won the private school league with an average margin of victory of more than 20 points per game.

Bar/Professional Activity

  • Fellow: Oklahoma Bar Foundation

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • Asked to speak on the topic of Claims and Damages Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq., relating to identify theft and improper submission of information to the credit reporting agencies.  , Keynote Speaker, Claims and Damages Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq., Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court, Automobile - Identify Theft
  • Article provides a summary of foundation choices for home builders and explores the pros and cons of each type.  Article focuses on the problems associated with the Pier and Grade foundation and warns both the builder and home buyer of the pitfalls associated with it., Author, A Faulty Foundation: Pier and Grade, Andrews Law Firm, Construction, 2021

Educational Background

  • Brasenose College, Oxford University, Oxford, England (received the American Jurisprudence Award for the study of Family Law)., 1999
  • Juris Doctor (JD - Law Degree) University of Oklahoma College of Law., 2001
  • University of Oklahoma (History and English), 1998

Verdicts/Settlements

  • Robert Post and Pam Post v. Fry Design Company, LLC and Jeffrey Fry, Cleveland County, Oklahoma - Honorable Jeff Virgin: Represented Plaintiffs in construction breach of contract/breach of warranty/negligence/Fraud/Conversion/Replevin claims relating to the construction of their residence in Norman, Oklahoma.  Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiffs and against Defendants in the amount of $211,766.03 as well as an order for the return of numerous pieces of property relating to the construction of Plaintiffs' home., 2021
  • Amram, LLC v. Lori Ann Vicsek, et al., Canadian County, Oklahoma - Honorable Paul Hesse: Represented Client was Amram, LLC ("Amram").  This was a quiet title action relating to a claim by Defendants to an ownership interest in real property purchased by Amram.  Defendants filed a Counter-Petition.  Amram and Defendants filed competing Motions for Summary Judgment.  The Court sustained Amram's MSJ and entered judgment in favor of Amram and against Defendants on all claims within Amram’s Petition and relating to the real property at issue. The Court denied Defendants' MSJ and entered judgment in favor of Amram and against Defendants on all claims within Defendants’ Counter-Petition and relating to the real property at issue. Defendants appealed the trial court's ruling and is currently up on appeal., 2022
  • Happy Monk, LLC v. Build 405, LLC, Cleveland County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract claim against construction remodeling company at Plaintiff's business.  Obtained pre-litigation settlement of behalf of Plaintiff., 2020
  • Richard Padilla v. Burggraf Restoration, Inc., Tulsa County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract, negligence and fraud claim against mold remediation company at Plaintiff's home.  Obtained pre-litigation settlement of behalf of Plaintiff., 2021
  • Richard Padilla v. McKee Motorsports LLC, et al., Tulsa County, Oklahoma, Case No.CJ-2017-2566: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract and bad faith claim against insurance carrier and automotive dealership relating to warranty issues.  Obtained settlement of behalf of Plaintiff., 2019
  • Go Go Geezers, LLC v. Callie Bedell, et al., Canadian County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2021-162: Represented Plaintiff in an Interference with Business Relations/defamation claim.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Client for recovery of damages/litigation expenses, agreement of Defendants to cease and desist, and liquidated damages provisions for future interference/defamation. , 2021
  • Drill Spec Services, LLC v. Citizen Energy III, LLC, Tulsa County, Oklahoma:  Represented Plaintiff oil field equipment and calibration service company in breach of contract claim.  Obtained pre-litigation settlement on behalf of Client for full amount of damages claimed and awarded full amount of attorney's fees and costs requested., 2021
  • Drill Spec Services, LLC v. Calyx Energy III, LLC, Canadian County, Oklahoma:  Represented Plaintiff oil field equipment and calibration service company in breach of contract claim.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Client for full amount of damages claimed and awarded full amount of attorney's fees and costs requested., 2021
  • David Carnes, Jr. and Kellie Carnes v. Tommy Huelskamp, LLC, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiffs in construction breach of contract/breach of warranty/negligence claim relating to the construction of their home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiffs pre-litigation resulting in Defendant agreeing to construct Plaintiffs a new home., 2019
  • Jamar Cain and DeCarla Cain v. Ward Livings Management LLC, et al., Cleveland County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiffs in private nuisance claim against Defendants for failure to comply with Okla. Stat. tit. 18, § 18-2010.  Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiffs for the removal of the private nuisance and damages in excess of $10,000.00, plus attorney's fees and costs., 2021
  • Cooper Carlisle v. Jonathan Adam Meadows, et al., McClain County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiff, a former NFL football player in breach of contract claim against another former NFL football player relating to an investment and promise to repay.  Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiff in the amount of $852,550.00., 2015
  • Stephen Alexander v. Jonathan Adam Meadows, McClain County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiff, a former NFL football player in breach of contract claim against another former NFL football player relating to an investment and promise to repay.  Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiff in the amount of $126,800.00., 2015
  • RB Plaza LLC v. Gymboree Play and Music Programs of Norman, LTD., Cleveland County, Oklahoma: Represented Plaintiff in a breach of contract claim.  Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiff in the amount of $54,290.08 plus $2,310.82 in attorney's fees and costs., 2021
  • Tim Kent and Stephanie Kent v. Redbud Construction, Inc., Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2020-2054: Represented Plaintiffs in construction breach of contract/breach of warranty/negligence claim relating to the construction remodeling of their residence in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with approximately $100,000.00 in claimed damages.  Included contractor and 1 subcontractor.  Litigation included numerous depositions.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiffs., 2021
  • Chad Hughes and Jennifer Hughes v. Kilkenny Arms Inc., Grady County, Oklahoma - Honorable Kory Kirkland: Represented Clients were Chad and Jennifer Hughes ("Hughes").  This was a quiet title/slander of title action relating to a claim by Defendant to an ownership interest in real property owned by the Hughes.  Defendant filed a Counterclaim against the Hughes for breach of contract/promissory estoppel.  The Hughes filed a Motion for Summary Judgment on their claims and against Defendant's claims.  The Court sustained the Hughes' MSJ finding that no contract existed between the parties and entered judgment in favor of the Hughes and against Defendant.  Defendant appealed the trial court's ruling and is currently up on appeal., 2022
  • Ernest Charles Selzer, et al. v. Jerome Glen Morris, Jr. v. Debbie Morris, et al., Stephens County, Oklahoma - Honorable Ken Graham: Represented Client was Third-Party Defendant, Debbie Morris ("Morris").  This was a quiet title action relating to a claim by Third-Party Plaintiff against Morris relating to an ownership interest in real property.  Morris filed a Motion for Summary Judgment relating to Third-Party Plaintiff's claims against her.  The Court sustained Morris' MSJ and entered judgment in favor of Morris and against Third-Party Plaintiff on all claims asserted within Third-Party Plaintiff's Third-Party Petition and relating to the real property at issue., 2022
  • SHELBA BETHEL, et al. v. BARNETT-CLARK CONSTRUCTION, LLC, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2010-55: Represented Plaintiffs in construction breach of contract/breach of warranty/negligence claim relating to construction of medical building in Norman, Oklahoma.  Included contractor, architect and 7 subcontractors.  Litigation included more than 20 depositions and two mediations.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiffs. , 2014
  • L Wallace Construction Company, Inc. et al. v. Wilson Public Schools, et al. Carter County, Oklahoma, Case No. 2012-311: Represented Contractor, L Wallace Construction Company, in construction litigation against Owner and, subcontractors and architect in breach of contract claim.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Client., 2015
  • Philip and Charla Bird v. BARNETT Building Co. and R.J. Byrd Construction, Inc, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2010-1605: Represented Plaintiffs in construction breach of contract/breach of warranty/negligence claim relating to construction of 13,000 sq. ft. residence in Norman, Oklahoma.  Included contractor and 8 subcontractors.  Litigation included more than 40 depositions and two mediations.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiffs in the amount of $787,000.00 and recovered an additional $400,000.00+ in insurance payment. , 2017
  • JKK Construction, LLC v. Red Oak Contractors LLC, et al., Oklahoma County.  Obtained pre-litigation settlement on behalf of my sub-contractor client, JKK Construction, LLC, relating to non-payment by contractor and owner in the amount in excess of $140,000.00. Prepared Demand Letters, and filed Pre-Lien Notice, Lien Statement, Proof of Claim, and Bond Notice Letter., 2021
  • Carwile v. Lane, McClain County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2020-3031, obtained judgment on behalf of my client, Curt Carwile, in the amount of $770,616.62 relating to claims of fraud and unjust enrichment against Defendant from a point of sale source code purchase., 2020
  • Graham v. CSAA Fire & Casualty Insurance Company, et al., Beckham County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2018-63, Judge Jill Carpenter Weedon.  Plaintiff verdict against my client, CSAA Fire & Casualty Insurance Company, after week long jury trial, on breach of contract and bad faith claims raised by Plaintiff from tornado damage to her home.  This matter was appealed by CSAA and ultimately resolved through settlement. , 2020
  • Robinson v. Young, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. FD-2020-485, Judge Lynne McGuire.  Obtained summary judgment on behalf of my client, Daron Robinson, on the issue of common law marriage establishing that the parties were common law married as of January 4, 2006., 2021
  • Kevin Robertson v. Brandon's Plumbing, McClain County, Oklahoma, Judge LeLand Shilling.  Vacated a default judgment entered against my Client, Brandon's Plumbing, and obtained defense judgment against Plaintiff's claims of construction defects relating to plumbing work at Plaintiff's house., 2021
  • NDT Calibrations and Supplies, LLC v. Triton Hardbanding Service, LLC, Canadian County, Oklahoma, Case CJ-2020-184, Judge Paul Hesse.  Obtained summary judgment on behalf of my Client, NDT Calibrations and Supplies, LLC, for full amount of damages claimed and awarded full amount of attorney's fees and costs requested., 2021
  • Homes By Taber v. Platinum Plumbing, Inc, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2016-5016: Represented Plaintiff Contractor in breach of contract claim against Subcontractor.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiff., 2020
  • S&S Cardinal Restaurant Group LLC, et al. v. RB Plaza LLC, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2019-1319: Represented Defendant in a Replevin with Counterclaim and Third-Party Petition for breach of contract. Litigation included bankruptcy filed by Plaintiff.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Defendant on its Counterclaim., 2019
  • BRANDONS SERVICES INC v. John Gibbons, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2015-993: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract claim.  Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiff., 2015
  • BOARDWALK MOTORS INC, d/b/a FOWLER VOLKSWAGEN OF NORMAN v. SCOTTS PRECISION AUTOBODY LLC, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. CS-2016-1237: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract claim.  Obtained judgment on behalf of Plaintiff., 2016
  • Vanguard Builders, Inc. v. L. Wallace Construction Company, Inc., et al. Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Case No. 2013-446: Represented Defendant Contractor, L Wallace Construction Company, in construction litigation case filed by Plaintiff Subcontractor, Vanguard, seeking $37,600.00 in breach of contract claim.  Litigation included multiple Writs to Supreme Court of Oklahoma and competing motions for summary judgment.  Prevailed in court-ordered arbitration and obtained defense judgment on behalf of Contractor Client and was awarded prevailing party attorney's fees and costs in the amount of $35,233.58., 2017
  • CC Innovative Computer Service v. Edward Burton, McClain County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2020-2016-00034: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract/fraud claim. Obtained settlement on behalf of Plaintiff on property in excess of $500,000.00., 2016
  • Curt Carwile v. David Lane, McClain County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2020-00031: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract/fraud claim. Obtained Judgment on behalf of Plaintiff., 2020
  • Marsha Jean Weaver v. Saints Bar And Lounge LLC, et al., Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2016-6519: Represented Defendant business in a personal injury claim via premises liability.  Obtained judgment on behalf of Defendant via motion for summary judgment., 2019
  • Hampden Hollow Homeowner's Association, Inc. v. Taber Built Homes, LLC, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2018-777, Represented Defendant in breach of contract claim lawsuit filed by Home Owner's Association.  Obtained judgment via summary judgment on behalf of Defendant with an award of attorney's fees in the amount of $45,000.00 and costs in the amount of $4,835.49., 2018
  • Homes By Taber LLC v. Timber Ridge Customer Homes LLC, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2018-4936: Represented Plaintiff construction company in claim against competitor construction company under the Oklahoma Deceptive Trade Practices Act, 78 O.S. §53 et seq. and Lanham Trade-Mark Act, § 43(a)(1)(A), 15 U.S.C.A. § 1125(a)(1)(A).  Obtained settlement on behalf of my Client. , 2018
  • Leblanc Investments LLC v. United National Insurance Company, et al., Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No.CJ-2019-6470: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract and bad faith claim against insurance carrier and insurance agent.  Obtained settlement of behalf of Plaintiff., 2020
  • Taber Built Homes, LLC v. Mark B. Yeager, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2020-3057: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract claim. Obtained judgment for Plaintiff., 2020
  • Clive Hendricks, et al. v. Fowler Dodge Inc, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Case No. CJ-2016-267: Represented Defendant automobile dealership in Breach of Contract/Consumer Protection lawsuit.  Went to jury trial twice (first trial ended during opening statements after Plaintiffs' counsel caused mistrial - second trial ended in settlement before jury verdict)., 2019
  • Fowler Dodge Inc v. Blue Knight Drilling LLC, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Case No. CS-2016-3692: Represented Plaintiff in breach of contract case. Obtained Judgment for Plaintiff., 2017
  • THOMAS M SAICHEK, et al. v. TABER LEBLANC, an individual, d/b/a HOMES BY TABER, et al. Canadian County, Oklahoma, Case No. No. CJ-2009-713: Represented 3 Defendants in construction defect case.  Prevailed on Summary Judgment for all 3 Defendants and awarded attorney's fees and costs. , 2019
  • CYNTHIA FAY v. GEICO CASUALTY CO. Canadian County, Oklahoma, Case No. No. CJ-2016-32 : Represented Geico on an insurance breach of contract and bad faith claim during a 3 day jury trial.  Defense verdict - Jury returned a verdict in favor of Geico on both the breach of contract and bad faith claims. , 2017

Honors/Awards

  • Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent peer review rating: The AV Preeminent rating is awarded to less than five percent (5%) of all attorneys across the United States and is the highest rating offered by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards., Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent peer review rating, Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, 2021
  • Martindale-Hubbell "Client Champion" with Platinum Distinction: A perfect five-star rating on his 30+ reviews and positive referrals from his satisfied clients, resulting in Martindale-Hubbell awarding Mr. Andrews with the greatest professional accomplishment by naming him as a "Client Champion" with Platinum Distinction, which is the ultimate referral by those who matter the most, the client - a distinction that fewer than one percent (1%) of all attorneys attain., Martindale-Hubbell "Client Champion" with Platinum Distinction, Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, 2021
  • , Air Force Achievement Medal, United States Air Force
  • , Outstanding Associate Award, Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court
  • , President’s Award, Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court
  • , Mentoring Committee Coordinator, Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court
  • , Co-Editor of the Oklahoma Family Law Practice Manual, Oklahoma Family Law Section
  • , Co-Editor of the Oklahoma Family Law Journal, Oklahoma Family Law Section
  • , Phi Delta Phi Honors Legal Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi
  • , American Jurisprudence Award (Family Law), Brasenose College, Oxford University, Oxford, England
  • , Varsity O Letterman Award, University of Oklahoma
  • , Southwest Asia Service Medal (Operation Desert Storm, Saudi Arabia), United States Air Force
  • , Air Force Security Policeman of the Year (Ghedi AB, Italy), United States Air Force
  • , Air Force Commendation Medal, United States Air Force

Industry Groups

  • Business Owner
  • Buyer
  • Contractor
  • home owner
  • Insurance Company
  • Insureds
  • Sub Contractor
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Office Location for R. Greg Andrews

2516 Tee Dr
Norman, OK 73069

Phone: 405-467-3177

Fax: 405-360-7002

Last Updated: 5/16/2022

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