Seasoned trial attorneys with fresh ideas
The attorneys at Kortenhof McGlynn & Burns LLC bring together years of vast legal experience to successfully defend complex litigation throughout Missouri and Illinois. We represent corporations large and small in counties that are traditionally home to adverse verdicts.
Our unique combination of skill, courtroom savvy, personal commitment, and preparationas well as our positive relationships with opposing counselconsistently deliver winning results. We work closely with our clients to learn their products, goals and philosophies, and we are known for our personal service, hard work, and ingenuity. All of this combined allows us to offer superior legal representation.
Kortenhof McGlynn & Burns was certified by the City of St. Louis as a minority business in September 2010
1015 Locust Street
St. Louis MO 63101
The law office of Kortenhof McGlynn & Burns LLC will represent your workers compensation legal matters.
Kortenhof & McGlynn has a long history of representing the interests of employers and their insurers in workers compensation matters in Missouri and Illinois. Our workers compensation attorneys are experienced veterans who are dedicated to providing you with unparalleled counsel in handling the defense of your workplace injuries and claims by using their expertise before administrative law judges, arbitrators, labor commissions and courts of appeals in both Missouri and Illinois to ensure that your interests receive the attention and protection they deserve. - See more at: http://www.kortenhofmcglynn.com/practice-areas/#sthash.5GT2rTqS.dpuf
So said one of Mo McGlynn's clients when asked to comment after Mo received a 2010 Women's Justice Award for Trial Practitioner.
Following advice imparted by her father many years ago, Mo strives to be the most prepared attorney in every situation. She combines this studied preparation with a strong sense of humor and genuine concern for the welfare of others to achieve excellent results. She has successfully tried dozens of cases in the areas of products liability, premises liability, and toxic tort, and routinely gets rave reviews from judges, clients, and even opposing counsel.
Mo currently serves on the Board of Directors for the St. Patrick Center, a social service agency dedicated to ending homelessness; she coaches 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade girls in an after-school running program; and she is also well-known in the St. Louis community as one of those responsible for staging the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
In addition to her professional and civic responsibilities, Mo devotes countless hours and lots of love to her three children, Conner (19), Aiden (17), and Maeve (9).
St. Louis University