Rob Sullivan, Attorney
Rob is a founding member of Sullivan, Morgan & Chronic LLC. Throughout his legal career, he has handled wrongful death cases, as well as serious injury cases in a variety of areas including products liability, railroad crossing accidents, automotive negligence, class action and mass tort. As lead counsel, Rob has obtained a number of favorable results on behalf of injured people and their families, including a seven figure verdict listed as one of the Top 20 verdicts of 2006 in Missouri and most recently a 7 million dollar wrongful death verdict in a trucking case in Arkansas Federal Court in 2011. Rob was also co-counsel in a 2005 verdict against Ford Motor Company where his client was awarded 17 million dollars in damages due to a defect in a Ford vehicle. Rob is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been selected as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer for every year since 2007 by The National Trial Lawyers Association. Rob has been selected for inclusion Super Lawyers 2010 and 2011 in the practice area of products liability. The cases Rob has been involved in have resulted in settlements or verdicts in excess of 75 million dollars.
Rob earned his B.A. in economics from Boston College, and his J.D. from University of Kansas School of Law with the highest honors (Order of the Coif), ranking in the top 2% of his graduating law school class. Rob is an active member of numerous professional associations. He currently serves on the Board of Governors for the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA), the State Advisory Board for the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America (APITLA) and as Chair of the Executive Committee for the Railroad Law Section of the American Association for Justice. Rob has had numerous speaking engagements on a local and national level and has published several articles including articles published in the national publication Trial Magazine. Rob is admitted to practice law in Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas, and currently handles cases from coast to coast, including cases in Maryland, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Minnesota, Kansas, California, Oklahoma, Illinois and Vermont.