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Medical Malpractice

Gallagher Davis, LLP offers the knowledge and experience for navigating the complexities of often difficult medical malpractice cases in St. Louis and southern Illinois. Learn more...

ERISA Lawsuits

Gallagher Davis, LLP specializes in ERISA lawsuits involving long-and short-term disability, health and life insurance claims, accidental death and dismemberment, pensions and long-term care. Learn more...

Auto Accidents

At Gallagher Davis, LLP we help alleviate the stress that our clients go through by dealing with the insurance companies and working toward a fair outcome. Learn more...

Premises Liability

Our attorneys have the skill and experience to determine if there was negligence by the property owner and whether the negligence was a factor in the injury. Learn more...


We help clients determine policy coverage, prepare statements of loss, and file claims and all necessary supporting documentation with the insurance company. Learn more...

Wrongful Death

At Gallagher Davis, LLP we have the knowledge and experience to represent survivors of victims killed by the wrongful acts of others. Learn more...

From our Blog

Venue Shopping Under ERISA Law

Your long-term or short-term disability benefit claim is denied. You next proceed through more than six months of internal appeals mostly spent waiting for the insurance company to respond. Then you receive it: the letter you’ve been waiting for that will state you have successfully appealed your long-term or short-term disability denial. Cinga, Lincoln, Prudential…Read more

ERISA Law & Denial of Disability Benefits: What You Should Know

Let’s say you have made a claim for long- or short-term disability insurance benefits under your employee plan. Your claim is based on an illness or injury that prevents you from performing your job’s material duties. You have too much pain to function normally, or perhaps fatigue deprives you from going a full eight hours…Read more

Your Employee Benefit Has Been Denied – Now What?

Many employers provide an employee benefits package as part of an employee’s compensation. According to a March 2022 report by the U.S. Department of Labor, benefits account for close to one-third (29.5%) of employers’ compensation costs for private-industry workers. You may think of these benefits only when it’s time for open enrollment. At other moments,…Read more

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