Cook Vetter Doerhoff & Landwehr P.C.

At CVDL, we are skilled advocates, negotiators, and confidential advisors with deep experience in a wide range of civil matters. With each client, large or small, we strive to provide outstanding legal service and achieve the best solution available. Integrity and diligence are our keys to success.

Meet Our Attorneys

Our experienced attorneys help businesses and individuals navigate complex legal issues both inside and outside the courtroom so our clients can achieve the best results possible in the situations they face.

During the last 53 years, our law firm has handled many types of cases, including those involving personal injuries, real estate, medical malpractice, banking matters, employment matters, pharmaceutical misfill, business litigation and nursing home cases. Several of our attorneys also focus on class action lawsuits, and we frequently manage cases with a nationwide scope. When we offer a helpful consultation, our experienced attorneys often provide a variety of legal options available to resolve the given issue.

Helping Clients Who Have Experienced Various Injuries

In helping an injured client, our attorneys study the causes of the injury, and evaluate behaviors and guidelines that could have prevented the incident at issue. We also examine and consider costs of medical services, the long-term effects of an injury, witness statements, factors that could increase the risk of injuries and reports that describe similar incidents. Additionally, we may evaluate settlements that insurance companies have offered in the past, and estimate the cumulative value of the given damage.

Contacting Our Law Firm

If you have questions about our services, or to schedule a free consultation, please call 573-635-7977 or complete our contact form.

Missouri Supreme Court to consider agent’s authority under a health care durable power of attorney to enter arbitration agreements

June 7, 2019

The Missouri Supreme Court will consider whether an agent with a health care durable power of attorney can agree on behalf of a patient to arbitrate any potential claims the patient may have against a nursing home. The circuit court declined to send the patient’s claims to arbitration, and the Western District affirmed. The Supreme   …read more