Serving the Injured. It is not a saying. It is a calling. Our family has first hand experience with the devastation of an auto accident. My wife was in graduate school, had just given birth to our first child six weeks earlier, and was on her way to the library to work on a term paper when a 16-passenger van made a left turn in front of her. I came home to an empty house. There was a pot off to the side of a lit gas burner, the infant and babysitter were gone? Then the phone rang. Multiple broken bones, and emergency surgery. The world changed at that moment. The happy ending was the result of the hardest working mother I have ever seen. Robin worked harder at her recovery than I thought humanly possible. But the injuries are ones she carries to this day. She made it through, but it was never easy. I went to law school because I felt empowered to help change for the better, the world around me. I left the 100+ attorney insurance defense firm to pursue my life’s calling – to serve the injured in their time of need.
There are a lot of choices out there, but you won’t find an attorney more dedicated, hard-working or more motivated.
We help people when they are down – injured, out of work, worried, and often without a legal voice about what is happening to them. An injury can’t be undone, but it can be made worse by the conduct of the defendant, the employer, or an insurance company. I won’t let that happen on my watch. We understand what it is like to live with the loss. Although it’s not going to undo the injury, full and fair compensation is central to your healing.
Over 95% of our cases come from client or attorney referrals. We earn our good reputation with each new case. Many of our clients are friends for a lifetime.
In my spare time I enjoy biking. I have competed in over 100 triathlons in the sprint and olympic distance and finished two half-ironman. I live with my wife of 30 years in South City and have three grown children I am very proud of and an Australian Shepard, Yadi, who thinks I am pretty special. I look forward to getting to know you and your family.
Kurt Wolfgram’s Background and Education
- Clayton High School, 1985
- B.A., Wartburg College, 1989
- J.D., Drake Law School, Cum Laude, Dec. 1991
- Missouri Bar, April 1992
- Practicing law since 1992
- Evans & Dixon, L.L.C., St. Louis, 1992-1996
- Brandenberg & Lownsdale, St. Louis, 1996-1997
- Founder of Wolfgram Law in 1997, now serving as lead plaintiff’s attorney
- Member of Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, MATA
- Member American Association of Justice, AAJ
- Bar Association of Missouri St. Louis (BAMSL)