Robert Kerr

Injury and Accident Attorneys Serving St. Louis, Nearby Missouri, Fairview Heights, and Nearby Illinois

Robert Kerr
Associate Attorney

Robert Kerr joined Brown & Brown in September of 2021. He brings with him a wealth of legal experience, including an extensive background in handling all aspects of both workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. Robert has successfully represented thousands of clients in Illinois and Missouri. His diverse legal background gives him a unique perspective from which to assist Brown & Brown clients.

Robert is licensed to practice law in both Illinois and Missouri. He has been a speaker at national and local professional seminars for attorneys on behalf of state bar associations and the National Business Institute (NBI) on topics such as Advanced Trial Tactics and Anatomy and Physiology. He has also given Continuing Leg al Education presentations to lawyers on Workers’ Compensation Law and Legal Ethics. Robert is also a published author who has written chapters in bar publications for lawyers on various legal topics including Evidence and Insurance Law.

Robert was born and raised in the St. Louis area. He attended Clayton High School. For his undergraduate work, Robert graduated from Washington University School of Business. He earned his Juris Doctor from Washington University School of Law. He is married and has two children.

Robert has been an active community volunteer for many years. He is currently a board member and immediate past president of the Clayton Education Foundation. Previously , Robert was elected and served as a school board member for the School District of Clayton , and he has also served on many municipal boards and commissions. Robert was previously named to the Missouri Bar’s Pro Bono Wall of Fame, and he is a past recipient of City of Clayton’s Crème de la Crème award . Robert was also previously named Peron of the Year by the Clayton - Richmond Heights Patch . He also volunteered as a youth basketball coach for boys ’ and girls ’ basketball for 15 years.