Nicholas Klumb is an associate in the firm’s St. Louis office. Mr. Klumb’s practice focuses on defending clients in a variety of federal and state civil litigation, including insurance bad faith claims, employment claims, tort claims defense, complex litigation, commercial vehicle accidents, construction litigation, toxic torts and wrongful death. He defends general tort claims, including defamation, intentional torts, negligence and product liability claims. Mr. Klumb also assists clients in pursuing and defending claims of subrogation and contractual indemnity and appears before the appellate courts in both Missouri and Illinois on behalf of his clients. Prior to joining up the firm’s St. Louis litigation practice, Mr. Klumb defended employers and insurance carriers in workers' compensation matters. While focused on workers’ compensation claims, he tried numerous workers’ compensation cases throughout Missouri and Illinois.
Mr. Klumb obtained his undergraduate degree in Finance and Banking from the University of Missouri, where he graduated cum laude, and he earned his Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law.
While at Saint Louis University, Mr. Klumb was a mentor of incoming first year students and was a Dean’s Scholar recipient each year. Mr. Klumb also clerked for the Office of the General Counsel at Saint Louis University and obtained concentrations in business transactions and taxation. Prior to joining the St. Louis office of McAnany, Van Cleave & Phillips, Mr. Klumb practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, creditors rights and lender liability, real estate, and banking and finance.
Mr. Klumb currently lives in St. Louis and is an avid Cardinals, Blues and Mizzou fan. During his free time, Mr. Klumb enjoys Crossfit and playing golf.