Kurt comes from a family that has lived in central Oklahoma for well over 100 years. In fact, Kurt’s maternal great-grandfather, William Wallace Daggs, was one of Ada’s original settlers moving here back when the area was known as Daggs’ Prairie.

Kurt was raised in Pontotoc County, attending Latta and Ada schools and graduating from Ada High School in the early 1970s. After working in television news in Houston and several other cities (where he was a news manager and award-winning investigative reporter) Kurt and his family returned to Ada in the early 1990s.

He enrolled at the University of Oklahoma College of Law where he graduated with highest honors (top 10% of his class) in 1997.

While some lawyers are afraid of the courtroom, Kurt practically lives there, trying cases almost daily. Since he began his practice, Kurt has collected millions of dollars for his clients who have been hurt in car wrecks, on-the-job injuries, doctor negligence and many other types of cases. Kurt has also had great success representing clients in divorce proceedings, child custody modifications, contested adoptions, guardianships and various types of complex litigations.

Kurt is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Chickasaw Bar Association, past President of the Pontotoc County Bar Association, member and former chairman of the Ada Housing Authority, past board member of the Ada Noon Rotary Club and he is a long-time supporter of the Boy Scouts of America (his three sons are all Eagle Scouts.)

Kurt and his wife, Lori Jo, have 5 children and 9 grandchildren.

Assistant:  Rosie Jenkins