$14,000,000 Auto Accident
Driving home, our client was hit by a truck, resulting in a serious brain injury. He and his family will be taken care of for life.
$3,600,000 Wrongful Termination
Multimillion dollar confidential employment discrimination settlement.
Opal Henderson owned a junk yard near what is now Old Rock House. She was forced out and offered $200,000. Her attorney told her to take it. She switched to Pleban & Petruska Law. After a trial, she was awarded over $1,000,000.00 by a jury.
Pleban & Petruska Won a 14 Day Battle Against the City of St. Louis Reinstated Employment
Ryan Cousins was reinstated despite multiple “eye witness” officers making claims against him.
August 24, 2017
In a lawsuit, a former employee of the St. Louis Job Corps Center said he was fired when he reported sexual harassment committed by another employee. Kevin Voisey worked at the St. Louis Jobs Corps Center for three months in…
August 23, 2017
A longtime animal shelter in the city is facing allegations of racial discrimination and mistreatment of people and pets There is more legal trouble for a longtime animal shelter in St. Louis and the people who help run it. On…
August 20, 2017
Two police majors who sued the department alleging that they were discriminated against while seeking a promotion to the highest rank below the chief were recently given the promotions they were seeking. Michael Caruso and Rochelle Jones were promoted to…
August 11, 2017
A small construction firm at the center of a $150 million contract fight is accusing the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District of retaliation after it raised issues with the district’s minority contractor program. A.L.L. Construction owner Anton Lumpkins sued the…
August 11, 2017
A high-ranking St. Louis police officer has reached a settlement in a lawsuit against the city. He sued over alleged racial discrimination within the police department. The news comes as two other discrimination lawsuits are pending. In the three separate…
August 10, 2017
In a recent poll on our Fox 2 Facebook page, we asked viewers “Should your job be able to regulate what you post on your personal Facebook page?” Of viewers responding, 2,600 said no, while 168 said yes. Over the…