Rachel is a trial attorney focused on advocating for people who have been harmed by corporations and government entities.
Rachel Bussett is a trial attorney focused on complex personal injury and medical malpractice, civil and human rights, and labor and employment litigation. Rachel represents people in a wide range of matters, including catastrophic injury and death cases, property damage claims, insurance disputes, employment discrimination, products liability, government torts, and other disputes. In litigating all of these matters, she has earned a reputation for achieving outstanding results against large corporations and government agencies that have injured and taken advantage of her clients.
After working as a management consultant advising some of the largest retail chains in the United States on supply chain and management operations, Rachel began her legal career defending Fortune 500 companies and government entities in catastrophic personal injury, employment discrimination, and property damage cases. Realizing her true passion was working with everyday people, she left the world of corporate defense job to build a plaintiffs’ civil litigation and family practice, trying cases in state, federal, municipal, administrative, and tribal courts.
As a trial lawyer, Rachel has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for her clients. She’s held overzealous law enforcement accountable; vindicated wrongfully terminated and sexually harassed employees; and fought to ensure injured people get the justice and compensation they deserve.
Prior to joining DiCello Levitt in the firm’s Cleveland office, Rachel founded one of the largest all-woman law firms in Oklahoma and was recognized as one of the state’s leading legal advocates for children and families in civil and family cases. Rachel is a graduate of the Trial Lawyers College and writes a regular legal column published in three Oklahoma newspapers. She has created, authored materials for, and taught multiple continuing education courses for other attorneys as well as certified public accountants and professionals in the insurance and cannabis industries, among others.
Outside of the office, Rachel dedicates her time to supporting services for children and families, veterans, and pets by serving as a board member and volunteering with various organizations and providing pro bono representation.
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
- Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Court
- Chickasaw Nation Tribal Court