Kurt Wolfgram

Kurt Wolfgram


Phone: 314.880.2041

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Kurt Wolfgram

Kurt has been practicing law since 1992. He sets the tone for the office, with a policy of concern, competence, and effective work for clients. Most of his free time is spent at home with his wife and three children. He is also a former president of St. Stephen’s Church, and likes to participate in Olympic distance triathlons.

Why are you a personal injury attorney?

I love what I do. 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 step in and are the voice of our clients.  We take the time to walk in the shoes of our client. This helps us understand something about what it is like to live with the loss.  Although it’s not going to undo the injury, handing a client a check is a tangible sign of justice.

Whom do you serve?

Wolfgram Law serves the injured. Our St. Louis personal injury attorneys advocate for our clients when they are in a crisis and looking for help. We provide compassionate advice to them and a serve as a professional voice for them in court.

What advice do you give clients most often?

Get treatment. It’s the most important thing you can do to improve your quality of life after an accident. Your treatment is essential to your case. Let us know, if there is something preventing you from getting the medical help that you need. We can help overcome those hurdles.

Why should I choose Wolfgram Law?

You should choose us, so you can take care of your health. Let us take care of the rest. We are experienced and effective legal advocates for our injured clients.  Because of this, we consistently obtain good settlements for our clients. Our personal injury law firm is thorough in preparation and tough on the other side.

Tell us about a recent case.

Linda,* a safety officer at a local high school, was injured while breaking up a student fight. She underwent surgery for her injuries, and was sent home from the hospital the same day. I called her the morning after she was released to ask how she was doing. It was clear that, without help, it was going to be impossible for her-a mother of seven-to get the rest she needed to recuperate. We immediately arranged for a home health care nurse. Those few days of rest made all the difference in Linda’s recovery. Futhermore, we eventually settled the case in her favor.

What is your favorite quote?

“Justice without force is powerless; force without justice is tyrannical” – Blaise Pascal.

*Name changed to protect client’s privacy.

Kurt’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

President, St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, St. Louis, 2001-2005.