As the founding member of The Simon Law Firm, P.C., John G. Simon dedicates his career to helping injury victims and businesses. His experience, insight, and pursuit of justice make John one of the leading lawyers in his field. He has secured over 140 verdicts and settlements, recovering millions of dollars for his clients. Some of John’s notable cases include $105 million in a product liability case and $42 million in a personal injury case.
John’s commitment to his clients and the law have earned him many awards and recognitions. He has been AV Preeminent® rated since 1996, has been included in Best Lawyers in America® for Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions and Product Liability, and received the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Distinguished Lawyer Award. An active member in the legal community, John is a part of American Board of Trial Advocates, Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, and The Inner Circle of Advocates. Let us help protect your rights, call
Adjunct Professor Saint Louis University School of Law
John shares his experience with law students by serving as an adjunct professor in Trial Advocacy at Saint Louis University’s School of Law since 2000.
Brown v. Laclede Gas Co., Inc. —
A gas utility company paid $8 Million to settle this wrongful death case filed on behalf of the family of Louis Brown, who was killed in a natural gas explosion at his home.
Randy Dorman v. Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc. — A jury awarded $105 million to a man who was seriously injured when a multi-piece wheel explosively separated while he was airing up a tire. This caused the rim to strike his face with such force that it could have lifted a 3000-pound car 15 feet off the ground.
Maldonado v. Regal Riverfront Hotel — A boxer was awarded $41 Million by a jury for brain damage due to a hotel’s failure to have an ambulance at a boxing match. He was eventually diagnosed with severe brain damage.