Mr. Robert W. Bosslet, Jr. is a 1976 graduate of the University of Missouri Columbia where he was awarded the Fred L Howard Memorial Prize for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy. Mr. Bosslet has been associated with the firm since July 1976. He is a past president of the Madison County Bar Association and Tri-City Bar Association and a member of the Illinois and Missouri State Bar Associations, American Bar Association, and the Illinois, Missouri and American Trial Lawyer Associations.
In March, 2001 Mr. Bosslet became a member, by invitation only, of the American
Board of Trial Advocates.
Mr. Bosslet concentrates his practice in the personal injury field. His primary clients are
workers who have been injured while working for the railroad and barge lines. He has also tried product liability and medical malpractice cases. He is licensed to practice in Illinois and Missouri and has appeared before state and federal courts in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska,
Oklahoma and Wyoming. Mr. Bosslet was lead trial counsel in the only successful
case to date attributing the earlier onset of Parkinson's Disease to the
manganese in welding fumes.
Terrence V. O' Leary