- Asbestos Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Commercial Litigation
Brandon Belt, Associate
Brandon works closely with our clients, their family members, and co-workers to take depositions and investigate their asbestos exposure history. He represents our clients in the courtroom and during the litigation process.
Brandon truly relates to our mesothelioma clients because, like most of them, he grew up in a working class family. He also has extensive medical experience that connects him to our clients on a very personal level. He understands their pain, and that motivates him to do his very best to bring them justice.
Brandon’s dedication to helping victims of negligence stems from years of hands on experience caring for sick and injured people in hospitals and emergency departments. Brandon served in the U.S. Air Force, where he became a registered radiologic technologist and emergency medical technician. After his honorable discharge, he attended Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and supported himself by working in the radiology department of an emergency department at a local level 1 trauma center.
He began his legal career working at a nationwide leading asbestos litigation firm in Madison County, Illinois with Ben Schmickle, Matt Morris, Joe Kusmierczak and Lauren (Boaz) Williams.
Brandon is an Illinois native who now resides in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended high school in Belleville, Illinois at Belleville Township High School East. He lives in South St. Louis with his two Belgian Malinois where he enjoys taking them for walks after work and riding motorcycles.
- B.S., Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2006
- J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law, 2011
Associations and Memberships
- The American Association for Justice
- American Bar Association
- Missouri Bar Association
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
- Illinois State Bar Association Illinois Trial Lawyers
- Madison County Bar Association
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
- American Society of Radiologic Technologists