Why Dustin is different.
What makes Dustin and his firm different is the deep emotional connection he builds with each client and the time he takes to get to know their trials, troubles, and tribulations.
Dustin L. Compton, Founder and Managing Partner, has obtained Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating of AV® Preeminent™, an indication that his peers and judges rank him at the highest levels of professional excellence. Dustin has handled major litigation cases involving serious injuries, death, class actions, insurance disputes, estate litigation, serious crimes, serious divorce and custody disputes, complex criminal defense matters, and injured children. Dustin has received AVVO’s “Client’s Choice“ honor and Martindale-Hubbell’s Client Distinction Award. Dustin has taken on and won against the largest corporations and insurance companies in the United States.
Most of Dustin’s clients actually become life-long friends because he gives each client specific attention and believes that a key to his success is placing himself in his client’s shoes by learning and understanding their unique and specific situation. This standard also allows Compton Law to better understand your business and personal life so that we can help to come up with the best solutions for your goals.
Dustin has had the opportunity to work for and with some of the finest and most respected attorneys in the United States, he has previously worked with others on some of the largest class action cases. He has tried multiple cases to a Jury verdicts, guided and counseled many small businesses, and focuses on building valuable, long-term relationships.
The play-maker you need: Aggressive, motivated, and driven.
I am very fortunate to be working a career that I love every day. I love the ability to help people succeed and what truly drives me is the ability to make a significant and positive impact in people’s lives. I’m different in that I go out of my way to understand you, your current situation, your troubles, and tribulations. I want to get to know and understand your pain and pressure points so best help.
Dustin’s results speak for his hard work and the time he takes on each case. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (winning or settling a case for $1,000,000 or more) Super lawyer rising star 2013-2019, National Trial Lawyer Top 40 under 40, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 National Trial Lawyer Top 100, and has achieved many other case results.
When Dustin is not working hard for his clients he enjoys spending time with his wife, Carrie, and ten-year-old daughter, Addysen.
Recent Federal Court
Western District of Oklahoma, Drug Trafficking
McMiller v. CCA, 1983 Civil Rights Case, 2018 Federal Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award
Recent State Trials
Oklahoma County, Murder 2nd Degree.
Comanche County, Shooting with Intent to Kill
Greer County, Escape from Penal Institution.
Vanderpuije-Tago v. Escobedo: Oklahoma County, Automobile Accident.
Dorsey v. Vickery : Canadian County, Automobile Accident.
Stillwell v. Hale: Oklahoma County, Automobile Accident.
Recent Bench Trials
Estate of Chester Clyde Neese, Theresa Marie Neese: Oklahoma County.
Smith v. Smith, Canadian County Divorce, upheld/dismissed on appeal.
Recent Drug Trafficking Cases
Texas County Oklahoma – Aggravated Drug Trafficking
Comanche County, Drug Trafficking
Beckham County, Drug Trafficking
Oklahoma County, Drug Trafficking
Carter County, Drug Trafficking
Beckham County, Drug Trafficking
Jackson County, Drug Trafficking
Other Significant Cases
Mahan v. General Motors, Caddo County, Wrongful Death of Child
Katrina Carmona v. Kay County Hospital, Kay County, Wrongful Death of Child
Mooter v. Harvey – Grady County, Auto Accident, Injured children
Clear v. USAA – Caddo County, Auto Accident, Injured children
Cotter v. Sisson – Caddo County, Auto Accident, Injured child
Hill v. Dalrymple – Caddo County, Auto Accident, Traumatic Brain Injury, Injured child
Custer County Oklahoma: Criminal Felony Kidnapping – Dismissed
Oklahoma County, Felon in Possession of Firearm, Dismissed.
Training & Participation under Jason Roselius
Feely v. Allstate (Miller County Arkansas CV-2004-294-3A) Insurance Class Action
Thatcher v. Hanover (Miller County Arkansas) Insurance Class Action
Training and Participation under Thomas Paruolo, Jason Roselius, Douglas Terry
Schimmel v. Oklahoma Farm Bureau – Injured Minor, Bad Faith Insurance