Author Archives: Andrew Mundwiller

The Truth About the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case

I would like to encourage everyone to watch the documentry “Hot Coffee” which is currently airing on HBO. This documentry gives more details about the infamous McDonald’s coffee case. Most Americans believe they know the truth, but in reality the truth … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Justice Alito Visits St. Louis

  U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito visted St. Louis today to meet with local attorneys.  Since this was Justice Alito’s first visit to St. Louis, Mr. Mundwiller elected not to press the Justice on the high Court’s recent decision in the AT&T class … Continue reading

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Andrew Mundwiller – Now accepting Personal Injury Cases in Illinois


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Special Olympics – Over the Edge

I want to congratulate our office manager, Kim Hutchison on successfully raising over $1,000.00 for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO).  Kim will rappel off the Lumiere Casino on October  7, 2011 to benefit the brave athletes of Special Olympics Missouri.  The … Continue reading

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Discovering My Clients and Their Stories

March 24 to 27, 2011, I traveled to the Cascade Mountains to be with legendary trial lawyers Gerry Spence and Paul Luvera. These wonderful lawyers have achieved amazing results on behalf of their clients for decades.  I thought perhaps, I could learn some of the … Continue reading

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Missouri Personal Injury Lawyer

Hello and welcome to my Personal Injury website.  Please check back often as I will be adding additional information for your benefit.   – Andrew

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