An Experienced FELA Attorney When You Need Help.

Steven L. Groves - St. Louis Attorney

Steven L. Groves is a trial lawyer with over twenty years of experience representing seriously injured people and their families. He has successfully tried cases in multiple jurisdictions including Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Texas and Arkansas. He has obtained numerous six and seven figure jury verdicts and settlements for his clients in injury and FELA cases.

A History of Taking the Railroad to Trial and Winning.


Record verdict for BNSF contract employee operating a weld truck who fell off his platform when it hit hazardous rocks that had fallen along side the tracks.


Largest FELA verdict in the State of Kansas for a client with back injuries.


Verdict against BNSF for locomotive engineer who suffered knee and back injuries whiling attempting to move a defective seat back when pushing with his legs.


Jury verdict against for locomotive engineer who suffered from back injuries.


Verdict against BNSF for retired locomotive engineer who suffered back injuries from rough-riding engines and poor seats.


Verdict for injured railroad worker who injured his back on a switch stand derail while putting the derail "on".


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