Attorney Lauren Grady has joined HeplerBroom LLC in the Edwardsville office as an associate, with a focus on toxic torts.
Grady earned her juris doctorate from Washington University School of Law, cum laude, in 2013. She also received her bachelor of arts from Washington University in 2007. She is a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and is licensed to practice law in Missouri.
As well as Grady, Brittany Lingle has joined HeplerBroom in the
Edwardsville office as an associate attorney. Lingle focuses her practice on trials involving complex business litigation matters of toxic torts.
She received her juris doctorate from Southern Illinois University School of Law in 2013. Her bachelor of science, also obtained from Southern Illinois University , was earned magna cum laude in 2010. She is a member of the Illinois Bar Association and is licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Kelly Crosby has joined HeplerBroom in the St. Louis office as an associate attorney focusing on trials involving litigation matters including medical malpractice, personal injury, products liability, pharmaceutical liability, transportation, premises liability, commercial liability, and insurance law.
Crosby received her juris doctorate from Washington University School of Law in 2010. In 2002, she received her bachelor of Aarts from University of Notre Dame. She is licensed to practice law in Illinois and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Missouri.
In addition to Crosby, Charles Insler has joined HeplerBroom in the St. Louis office as an associate attorney. Insler concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation including antitrust and unfair competition litigation, business torts, class action litigation, and alternative dispute resolution.
He attended Tulane University School of Law, where he received his juris doctorate in 2006. His bachelor of arts was earned, magna cum laude, from Princeton University in 2003. He represents a variety of clients in both state and federal courts and is licensed in Missouri, Illinois, the District of Columbia, and Maryland.