Brent Neumeyer represents employers and insurance carriers in defending workers’ compensation claims. He has successfully defended cases in Illinois and Missouri at both the trial and appellate level. Mr. Neumeyer has successfully defended high exposure claims involving death benefits and permanent total disability benefits in both Missouri and Illinois.
Mr. Neumeyer obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and he earned his Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law. Mr. Neumeyer received a Certificate in Employment Law from the Wefel Center for Employment Law at Saint Louis University School of Law.
Mr. Neumeyer is a trained mediator. While at Saint Louis University School of Law, he participated in the School of Law Mediation Clinic where he conducted landlord-tenant mediations in housing court, as well as conciliation mediations in family court. While at Saint Louis University School of Law, Mr. Neumeyer served as an editor of the Law Journal, a Legal Research & Writing teaching assistant, a mentor to incoming first-year law students, and a faculty research assistant. He also served as a student liaison for the University, meeting with faculty candidates during their on-campus visits. Also while in law school, Mr. Neumeyer honed his trial advocacy skills as a member of the School of Law's Trial Advocacy Team.
Mr. Neumeyer is currently an adjunct instructor at Southwest Illinois College where he teaches Tort law. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer and spending time with friends. Mr. Neumeyer also enjoys music and plays several instruments, including the bagpipes and guitar.