Patrick Meyer represents individuals, entities, and insurance carriers in both the state and federal courts throughout Missouri. Patrick concentrates his trial practice on the defense of civil lawsuits with an emphasis on premises liability, products liability, commercial litigation, construction defect litigation and insurance law. He has regularly appeared before the appellate courts as well as various state agencies and his writing skills have led to numerous successful results for his clients throughout the various venues and jurisdictions in Missouri. Patrick’s representation has also extended to litigating cases involving the defense of state statutory schemes, as well as matters concerning various business torts, including the misappropriation of trade secrets and fraudulent misrepresentation.
- Pierce v. Grinnell Select Ins. Co., 2021 WL 2254998 (E.D. Mo. 2021). Mr. Meyer was able to secure summary judgment on behalf of Grinnell Select Insurance Company holding that the definition of “underinsured motor vehicle” contained in the Grinnell Select insurance policy at issue was unambiguous and precluded UIM coverage where the tortfeasor’s liability coverage limits were equal to the subject policy’s UIM coverage limit.
- Educ. Realty Tr., Inc. v. Bokal Com. Construction, LLC, et al., 1622–CC00702–01 (Cir. Ct. of Saint Louis City, Mo). Mr. Meyer served as second chair alongside partner John Cooney and obtained a complete defense verdict during three–day jury trial in favor of plumbing contractor client against the Plaintiff’s construction defect claims. Mr. Meyer and Mr. Cooney were able to persuade the jury that an interior water pipe which broke and resulted in property damage in excess of $300,000 to the Plaintiff’s mixed-use property development was not caused by the client’s workmanship.
- McDuffy v. Parkside Commons, LLC, et al., Case No. 16SL–CC01660 (Cir. Ct. of Saint Louis County, Mo). Mr. Meyer was able to obtain summary judgment in favor of his client, a landlord and property owner, against claims brought against the client by its tenant that was attacked by another tenant’s dog. Mr. Meyer successfully argued that a landlord, such as his client, had no duty and cannot be liable for the injuries to the tenant since the landlord did not own, possess, or harbor the animal involved in the attack.
Awards & Achievements
- Ones to Watch – Product Liability Litigation – Defendants, The Best Lawyers in America (2023)
- Ones to Watch – Insurance Law, The Best Lawyers in America (2023)
- Ones to Watch – Transportation Law, The Best Lawyers in America (2022-2023)
- Ones to Watch – Commercial Litigation, The Best Lawyers in America (2021-2023)
- Ones to Watch - Transportation Law, The Best Lawyers in America (2022)
- University of Wisconsin Law School (J.D., 2014)
- Oklahoma State University (B.S., 2010)
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin