Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts

Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts

We are a civil practice law firm working to help dispel the myths surrounding the legal process and working with lawyers. Our approach is to guide clients through the sometimes confusing terrain of the law as it affects their medical malpractice case

Firm Overview

Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts, offers its clients true value through their passion and skill in representing them in complex civil litigation, including medical malpractice. As recognized leaders in their field, the firm routinely receives referrals from other professionals in the St. Louis and surrounding areas, including many lawyers. When you entrust your case to Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts, you can rest assured knowing you will be treated as an individual and your case handled with utmost
professionalism while maintaining a personal touch.

"What our firm brings to the marketplace is the expertise and good judgment that comes from handling a wide variety of cases from start to finish," says Growe. "We pride ourselves on being totally prepared each time we walk into the courthouse, which enables us to evaluate likely outcomes and help our clients avoid unnecessary risks associated with the litigation process."

The courtroom skills and reputation of the firm provide each client with the comfort and confidence that their individual case will be handled with competence and care.

Main Office

Main Office
120 South Central Avenue Suite 150
St. Louis MO 63105


(314) 725-1912


Office Information

Gary Growe

Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts

Gary A. Growe is a 1977 graduate of the George Washington University National Law Center. He has spent his entire professional career devoted to civil litigation and civil trial work. He has handled a wide variety of civil cases, including commercial litigation (including breach of contract cases, franchise litigation, securities litigation, anti-trust litigation and security transaction litigation), personal injury litigation (covering product liability, medical negligence, automobile litigation and premises liability litigation), as well as probate and trust litigation and consumer litigation. In 2017, he was again named as a Super Lawyer and selected by his peers to be included in the 23rd Edition of Best Lawyers of America.

Gary was honored by the St. Louis County Bar Association as the recipient of its Outstanding Young Lawyer Award. Gary has served as lead counsel in well over 150 jury and bench trials in the State and Federal Court systems in Missouri and has handled appeals before the Missouri Court of Appeals, Missouri Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and The United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit.

Teneil Kellerman

Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts

Teneil's professional career has been devoted to litigation. She has extensive and diverse experience in handling cases in the areas of civil litigation, criminal and family law. Her career began as a public defender in the City of St. Louis where she represented hundreds of clients and tried dozens of cases to juries and judges. Teneil's passion for justice has carried over into her private practice, where she strives to make sure each client is treated fairly by the system. Whether it is someone who has been injured by another's negligence, someone navigating through divorce or custody matters or someone facing criminal charges - Teneil handles each case to ensure her client understands the judicial system and receives the best possible outcome.

Teneil is admitted to practice in the State of Missouri, the Eastern District of Missouri as well as the Southern District of Illinois. and is a member of The Missouri Bar, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts.

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