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Brandy K. SimpsonView Bio as PDF

Brandy Simpson is a motivated and responsive attorney proficient in all aspects of the civil litigation process. While she primarily focuses her practice on medical malpractice defense, she also has experience defending premises liability, personal injury, and products liability matters. 

Brandy focuses on staying involved in all facets of a case including taking and defending depositions, expert witness retention, legal and medical research, preparing witnesses for deposition and trial, handling discovery disputes, and preparing for and participating in trial.  She has extensive experience representing physicians, hospitals, nursing homes, and insurance companies and prides herself on maintaining an open line of communication with each of her clients.      

Admissions

  • Missouri
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • West Virginia
  • USDC, Eastern District of Missouri
  • USDC, Eastern District of Kentucky
  • USDC, Southern District of West Virginia

Education

  • University of Dayton, J.D., 2008
  • Indiana University, B.A., 2005

Memberships & Activities

  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers

Community Involvement

  • HavenHouse (Young Professionals Board Member)

News & Events

Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice Welcomes Brandy Simpson

08.31.18 | Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to welcome Brandy Simpson, who joins the firm's St. Louis office as Of Counsel. While she primarily focuses her practice on medical malpractice defense, Simpson is also experienced in defending premises liability, personal injury, and products liability matters.

Blog Posts

The Buck Stops Here: When Agents May Become Liable for the Wrongful Acts of their Principal.

10.17.19 | Missouri courts have long held that when an agent for another makes a contract with a third party without disclosing the agency, the individual will be bound by the contract and the third party may hold the agent or the undisclosed principal responsible at his election. On September 24, 2019...

Eighth Circuit Affirms Single Captioned Theatre Performance for Hearing Impaired not Good Enough Under ADA

09.17.19 | Accommodations under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act are not one size fits all. Eighth Circuit affirms that the offering of only a single captioned performance of popular Broadway productions for hearing impaired patrons does not equate to "equal services."