|Location:||Saint Louis, Missouri|
|Phone:||877-448-5415 (Toll Free)|
Katie Hubbard is a trial lawyer representing people who have been harmed by negligent parties in complex personal injury cases, with an emphasis on auto accidents, trucking accidents, product liability, and premises liability. Katie has litigated many different types of complex personal injury cases in Missouri, Illinois, and across the country. Prior to B&C, Katie spent her time handling both personal injury and mass tort cases fighting for injured people and their families.
Ms. Hubbard is on the Board of Governors for the American Association for Justice, a national organization of trial lawyers dedicated to promoting a fair and effective justice system. Katie is a speaker at legal seminars across the country, including AAJ’s Trial Advocacy College: Depositions, in 2018. In 2013, Ms. Hubbard was selected to the inaugural class of the American Association for Justice Leadership Academy.
In 2017 and 2018, she was selected by the National Trial Lawyers Association as “Top 40 Under 40” of civil plaintiff lawyers. Katie was recently named a “Leader of Tomorrow” by the Southwestern Madison County Chamber of Commerce. She is also a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Women Lawyers’ Association of St. Louis, Illinois State Bar Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and the Madison County Bar Association. Ms. Hubbard graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2010 and obtained her undergraduate degree from McKendree University.
She has served on the Board for the United Way of Greater St. Louis, is a past Chair of the United Way Tri-Cities Area Auxiliary Council and has served on the Council for the Tri-Cities Area for the last six years. Katie travels to St. Marc, Haiti once a year (or more) as part of a mission to partner with Haitians in providing access to healthcare, economic development, and education through grass roots efforts in that community. She is also the President of Mission 1:11, a non-profit that organizes these efforts.
Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri
McKendree University, Lebanon, Illinois