A St. Louis-based lawyer negotiated a nearly $11 million pre-suit settlement to help pay for the cost of repairs after a fire at a historic Ohio school. The July 10, 2018 fire damaged the roof of Fernway Elementary School in ...Read More »
In November 2018, 1.5 million Missourians voted “yes” on Amendment 2, legalizing medical marijuana as part of the state constitution. The overwhelming vote made Missouri the 33rd state to make cannabis legal in some form, even as it remains forbidden ...
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Richard D. Gerber knows about the toll accidental blazes can wreak on both persons and property, whether they’re caused by a negligent blowtorch operator in Ohio, a fertilizer plant explosion in Texas or wildfires raging through California. “The main reason ...Read More »
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A Gasconade County jury has decided a painting contractor was not negligent in connection with a fire that the plaintiff alleged was caused by spontaneous combustion of debris from a sander. “There was really no issue as to the damages,” ...Read More »