Katie Hubbard is a trial attorney actively pursuing justice for her clients. Her practice is focused on representing individuals harmed by corporations and other negligent parties. She specializes in personal injury litigation, including automobile accidents, trucking accidents, pharmaceutical drugs and medical device litigation, and workers' compensation. She has obtained numerous settlements and awards for injured individuals. Ms. Hubbard is currently representing women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer following the use of talcum powder products. She also represents people hurt by Hernia Mesh, Stryker Hip Replacements, and Roundup Weed killer. Katie has practiced at Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli since 2010.
Katie was recently re-elected to the American Association for Justice Board of Governors. In 2013, she was one of only sixteen lawyers in the country selected to be a part of the American Association for Justice Leadership Academy. She is also a former representative to the Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association Board of Managers. Katie grew up in Granite City, Illinois where she developed a commitment to service and her community. She has provided leadership in many different legal and philanthropic organizations. She is currently active in the United Way of Greater St. Louis on the Board of Directors. Katie travels to St. Marc, Haiti once a year as part of a mission to bring food, education, and medical care to this region and is the President of Mission 1:11, a non-profit that assists in these efforts.
With her competitive nature and passion for helping others, Katie graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law with a concentration in civil litigation, while continuing to volunteer in her community. She served as Co-President of the Women Law Students' Association, and worked in the SLU Legal Clinic representing indigent families in legal matters. During law school, Katie also served as an intern for a Circuit Judge in the Illinois Third Judicial Circuit Court in Madison County. In 2007, she graduated from McKendree University, magna cum laude, where she played soccer for four years, and was captain for the last two seasons. Katie was also a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and President of the Student Government in her final year at McKendree.
Personal Injury Workers' Compensation Medical Device Litigation Motor Vehicle Accidents Pharmaceutical Litigation
Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri, J.D., 2010 McKendree University, Lebanon, Illinois, B.A., 2007
Illinois, 2010 Missouri, 2011 U.S. District Court Southern District of Illinois, 2012 U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri, 2012
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
American Association for Justice Illinois State Bar Association Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Managers Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys Madison County Bar Association Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis United Way Auxiliary Council, Tri-Cities Area Division Women Lawyers' Association of Greater St. Louis
American Association for Justice Trial Advocacy College: Depositions, September 2018 "Federal Court Jurisdiction: How to Land It and Avoid It," June 2018 Illinois State Bar Association Federal Civil Practice CLE, O'Fallon, Illinois "Ethical Considerations for Representing Individuals with Diminished Cognitive Capacity Webinar," June 2018 American Association for Justice Webinar "Why Women Matter," April 2017 Arkansas Trial Lawyers Convention, Eureka Springs, Arkansas "Case Selection and Screening," July 2015 American Association for Justice Annual Convention, Montreal, Canada "Drug and Device Cases: Updates," September 2014 Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Seminar, St. Louis, Missouri