Weston Watts is a founding partner of Overman Legal Group, PLLC, specializing in civil litigation of all varieties. Weston has a diverse plaintiff’s practice, representing injured Oklahomans in car accident claims, premises liability lawsuits, landowners, and business owners in actions of all variety. Weston represents a variety of real estate professionals, including property management companies, appraisers, commercial and industrial property owners to homeowners themselves. He particularly focuses his energy towards first-party bad faith lawsuits against insurers for failure to treat their insureds fairly, with honesty and diligence while handling their claims, whether they be for injury or property loss. Weston has represented clients at administrative tribunals, at city council meetings, at administrative appeals, and in district courts throughout the State of Oklahoma.
Weston also has an extensive background serving as defense counsel. Weston has defended landowners in condemnation suits, business owners, property management companies, home builders, general contractors, subcontractors and individuals who hold state licenses at administrative proceedings.
Weston graduated from Heritage Hall High School in 2009 where he was a 2-time 6A Cross Examination debate champion. He graduated from University of Oklahoma with an undergraduate degree in Philosophy. He was a member of the Shannon Self debate team for two years. In 2012, he went on to attend the University of Oklahoma College of Law where he graduated with Honors. Weston was Note/Comment Editor for the American Indian Law Review, and a Symposium Editor while attending law school. Weston clerked for the Calvert Law Firm and was an Associate at Fulkerson and Fulkerson, PC.
Weston continues to volunteer for the high school speech community, now shifting his focus as a Board Member of the Oklahoma Bar Association Mock Trial Committee since 2017. In 2013, Weston worked in Seoul, South Korea as an English language debate coach.
Weston and his wife, Maggie, live in Oklahoma City with their three dogs (one poodle, two Italian greyhounds) and two cats (one with three legs).
EDUCATION, BAR ADMISSION & AWARDS
BA, University of Oklahoma; Philosophy
University of Oklahoma College of Law
Note/Comment Editor for the American Indian Law Review