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Mike Rader successfully resolved a lawsuit on behalf of a wrongful death victim’s brother and sister for $1,225,000. The decedent was a 26-year-old man who was autistic, non-verbal and had down syndrome.  The young man was a full...

Mike Rader helps people after significant injuries or the death of a loved one. He seeks answers and compensation in wrongful death claims, professional negligence, trucking accidents, product liability, personal injury and...

For someone who wanted to be an attorney from an early age, working to achieve justice for clients is enormously satisfying. “I feel fortunate to be in a position to help people every day. People come to us in times of great...

Congratulations to Jim Bartimus named one of the top 500 Lawdragon Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers. This Guide, first published in 2007, presents a curated look at the best of the U.S. plaintiff bar who specialize in representing...

Today we participated in the 2019 LEAP (Lawyers Encouraging Academic Performance) Back to School Breakfast that benefited the children at Operation Breakthrough. LEAP provided book bags, school supplies and a donation to purchase...

The latest article from Missouri Weekly discusses a case handled by Kip Robertson and Kelly Frickleton. Read the full article below - or at this link

The family of a truck driver who was killed on the job settled with a...

Michelle Marvel advocates for individuals who have suffered serious injury or wrongful death. She pursues answers and accountability from companies responsible for dangerous products, dangerous property or dangerous drivers.

She...

From sandwich Tuesdays to Make-A-Wish parties, we remain committed to giving back to our community. Everyone here at Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader works to make a positive difference inside and outside the courtroom. Learn...

Mike Rader and Tony DeWitt were responsible for turning around a loss on summary judgment into a win on summary judgment. In Cockerham v. American Family the Eastern District Court of Appeals reversed the trial court and directed...