Founded in 1977, Brandon, Schmidt, Baczewski & Montgomery is committed to achieving exceptional results for clients throughout Southern Illinois. We represent insurance liability companies in a diverse array of litigation matters, including medical malpractice defense, automobile accident defense, product liability law, workers’ compensation, and class actions. We also assist clients with criminal law, family law, personal injury, real estate, and contract matters. For detailed information on our practice area concentrations, please visit the practice areas overview page and the insurance defense page.
Our trial lawyers draw upon a wealth of litigation experience to provide clients with effective representation. We have appeared before state, federal, and appellate courts in Illinois, and have tried numerous cases through to the verdict and appeal stages. Our attorneys are Martindale Hubbell AV-rated, a distinction indicating preeminent legal ability and the highest ethical standards, and regularly publish scholarly articles on various areas of law. This allows Brandon, Schmidt, Baczewski & Montgomery to offer the depth of experience of a large firm, while remaining dedicated to the personal, cost-effective client service that only smaller firms can provide.
We assist clients in multiple counties throughout Southern Illinois on complex legal matters. To arrange for a consultation with one of our attorneys or for more information on the firm, contact Brandon, Schmidt, Baczewski & Montgomery via e-mail or call us at (618) 549-0777.
Brandon, Schmidt, Baczewski & Montgomery, located in Carbondale, Illinois, provides insurance defense litigation services to clients throughout Southern Illinois, including Jackson, Williamson, Franklin, Saline, Marion, Washington, Randolph, Union, Alexander, Pulaski, Massac, Pope, Hamilton, Wayne, Hardin, Gallatin, White, Jefferson, Perry, Johnson, and Counties. The firm also represents clients in the Southern District of Illinois, which includes the Federal Courthouses in East St. Louis and Benton.