Evidence regarding the design, manufacture, and first sale of a drilling-rig to the Army Corp of Engineers is relevant to the knowledge element of Plaintiff's punitive damages claim arising from a second sale....
Katie Huelsebusch represents hospitals, physicians, nurses, long term care facilities, home health care providers, and other healthcare entities throughout Missouri and Illinois. She also represents businesses in general liability cases including premises liability, negligence, personal injury, and breach of contract. Katie took a brief departure from practicing law prior to joining BSCR to work as a claims adjuster for an international third party administrator. Through this experience, Katie gained a unique appreciation for the inner workings of in-house legal departments and the claims management industry which allows her to tailor her client service to meet those specific needs. Katie’s creative problem solving and ability to help her clients navigate the litigation process, has led to great success for her clients.
06.03.19 | Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to welcome Kathryn Huelsebusch to the firm's St. Louis office. Huelsebusch, who joins the firm as Of Counsel, represents hospitals, physicians, nurses, long term care facilities, home health care providers, and other healthcare entities throughout Missouri and Illinois. She also...
05.01.20 | As the U.S. deals with COVID-19, there are already signs of concern for our healthcare providers being attacked in the future. In part two of our series of blog articles delving into potential dangers for healthcare providers related to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we consider the "standard of care" for healthcare providers.
04.13.20 | In Revis v. Bassman (ED107663), Missouri's Eastern District Court of Appeals recently reversed and remanded the trial court's ruling barring Plaintiff from cross examining the defense expert on his tort reform activity.
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