Welcome to the Missouri Legal Team of Hazelwood & Weber LLC
The attorneys and staff of Hazelwood & Weber serve businesses and government throughout the metropolitan St. Louis area, all of Missouri and southwestern Illinois. Our St. Charles law firm focuses its practice on state and local government law, corporate law, real estate law and civil litigation, including lender liability, general commercial, and medical malpractice and tort defense. Representative clients include the City of St. Peters (one of the largest municipal governments in the State of Missouri), St. Anthony's Medical Center (one of the largest healthcare providers in the St. Louis metropolitan area), Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Ameristar Casino St. Charles. Our attorneys serve as outside counsel to a number of national companies, including U.S. subsidiaries of multi-national corporations.
The Firm is currently comprised of six partners and three associate lawyers. These St. Charles attorneys include former judicial clerks from the Missouri Court of Appeals and United States District Courts.
The Firm enjoys an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is recognized in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers for having achieved "the highest level of legal ability" and "very high adherence to the professional standards of conduct, ethics, reliability and diligence."
David T. Hamilton, Keith W. Hazelwood, Wm. Randolph Weber and V. Scott Williams have been selected by their peers to be included in The Best Lawyers in America, regarded by both the legal profession and the public as the definitive guide to legal excellence in the United States. Wm. Randolph Weber has been named the Best Lawyers' 2013 St. Louis Municipal Law "Lawyer of the Year", David T. Hamilton has been named the Best Lawyers' 2014 St. Louis Municipal Law "Lawyer of the Year", and Keith W. Hazelwood has been named Best Lawyers' 2014 St. Louis Land Use and Zoning Law "Lawyer of the Year". Nicholas J. Komoroski has been listed among the Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers “Rising Stars - General Litigation.”
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