Grant A. Fitz

Richards & Connor PLLP

Grant Fitz graduated from Indiana University in 2000 and then attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law and graduated in 2003.  Upon graduation, Grant moved to Tulsa and began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Tulsa County D.A.’s office from 2003 to 2006.   During that time, Grant was immersed in all aspects of trial practice.  In 2004, after having successfully prosecuted over two dozen criminal trials, he was designated Chief Prosecutor of the Adult Protective Division.     By the time Grant entered civil litigation, he was a seasoned trial lawyer for whom the transition was a seamless one.  Grant perfected his skills in civil litigation at Rodolf & Todd in Tulsa and during his time there, litigated a number of complex cases throughout Oklahoma in both state and federal court ranging from such topics as medical malpractice, trucking law, aviation law, premises liability and wrongful death.  Once the opportunity arose for Grant to further his skills with Richards & Connor, he jumped at the chance and brought with him a host of skills second to none.  Grant understands that each case is different, whether the issue hinges on complex cerebral anatomy and radiology or the fine details of a statute and how that can swing the case in favor of his client, he is well equipped to defend all issues.  As with many attorneys in the firm, Grant actively handles litigation in multiple Oklahoma counties building a network of providers and contacts to assist in the continuing defense of his clients.    Grant is a three-time recipient of the “Rising Star” designation by Super Lawyers magazine which is reserved for the upper 2.5% of attorneys practicing in the State of Oklahoma.  This designation represents his tireless work defending his clients, of which he takes great pride.