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Kevin P. Clark

Kevin P. Clark


MO – St. Louis
T: 314.396.8601 | F: 314.725.3006

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Kevin prides himself on vigorously representing his client’s needs in order to obtain the most favorable outcome, whether by settlement or trial. Kevin has extensive trial experience, trying numerous cases to favorable jury verdicts in both Missouri and Illinois.

While he has experience in all facets of civil defense, Kevin specializes in defending automobile and trucking matters, insurance coverage, toxic torts and asbestos claims, employment law and class action cases.


  • Obtained defense verdict in Jackson County, Illinois following an automobile collision at an intersection wherein Plaintiff suffered a broken arm with multiple complications thereafter and her attorney requested a $350,000 award; successfully argued that our client was at not fault, and the 12 person jury returned an award in favor of our client in less than 10 minutes
  • Obtained defense verdict in Sangamon County, Illinois following an automobile collision at an intersection wherein Plaintiff sought recovery for personal injuries and property damages, although our liability was not in dispute for the accident; successfully argued that Plaintiff did not present sufficient evidence to prove any damages, and the 12 person jury agreed returning a verdict in favor of our client
  • Obtained defense verdict in St. Clair County, Illinois, after our client rear-ended Plaintiff’s vehicle on a highway while driving from Illinois to Missouri, alleging causing Plaintiff multiple injuries; during trial, the 12-person jury returned a verdict in favor of our client
  • Obtained a defense verdict in a claim for UIM benefits by successfully convincing the jury Plaintiff had already been fully compensated where Plaintiff’s counsel requested the jury award a figure in excess of $300,000
  • Obtained a directed verdict in a professional negligence case by convincing the Court that Plaintiff failed to prove all the elements of his case
  • Obtained summary judgment in a claim for professional negligence by convincing the Court that Plaintiffs’ claims were barred by the Statute of Limitations, and there was no continuing violation to extend the statute
  • Obtained summary judgment on behalf of insurance carrier successfully arguing that the intentional acts and household exclusion applied to bar a claim under a homeowners insurance policy
  • Successfully argued no coverage due to a policy exclusion following a fire loss
  • Successfully defended the owner of a major corporation for claims of sexual harassment by employee
  • Obtained a favorable settlement in a claim of transgender discrimination