Jared Hausmann has been promoted to shareholder at Simmons Hanly Conroy’s Alton, Illinois office.Read More »
The estate of a longtime power company worker who died of mesothelioma reached a settlement of more than $791,000, according to the family’s attorney. Randall Barnes of Barnes & Associates in Jefferson City said the decedent, August Dudenhoeffer, worked for ...Read More »
Missouri Lawyers Media’s Verdicts & Settlements database welcomes submissions from Missouri attorneys who won cases in other states’ courts. Although they aren’t included in our annual rankings, here are some of the cases we tracked from outside the state: Norman ...
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Location: Alton, Illinois Practice area(s): Mass tort litigation, product liability, mesothelioma and asbestos Law school: Saint Louis University One look at his results and rise through the ranks at his firm makes it clear Taylor Kerns’ career has been a ...Read More »
Simmons Hanly Conroy won a $34 million verdict against Ford Motor Company in an asbestos case in California. Following a four-week trial, a Los Angeles jury on Aug. 29 awarded Arthur and Janet Putt $8.5 million in compensatory damages and ...Read More »
Amy E. Garrett has been named as an assistant managing partner for Simmons Hanly Conroy. Garrett joined the firm’s asbestos team in 2003 and became its first female shareholder in 2009. She is based in the firm’s Alton, Illinois office ...Read More »
Throughout Missouri and Illinois, residents who have faced environmental hazards are familiar with her name or reputation. Jo Anna Pollock was a critical component of the Simmons Hanly Conroy legal team that filed suit for more than 600 residents around ...Read More »