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Lawana Wichmann

Civil Litigation Attorney

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Personal Injury, Pharmaceutical & Medical Products Litigation, Products Liability, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Workers' Compensation

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Email Address: wichmann@onderlaw.com

Lawana Wichmann received her undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis where she earned recognition on the dean’s list and graduated cum laude. Lawana earned her Juris Doctor degree from St. Louis University School of Law and was recognized for outstanding academic achievement through scholarships and awards. Additionally, she gained litigation skills by mastering mediation training and certification.

Lawana has built her legal career upon a sense of purpose. While attending law school, she gained practical legal experience assisting indigent clients at St. Louis University Legal Clinics. Immediately following law school, Lawana worked for a mass tort firm where she was heavily involved in one of the first mass torts in the St. Louis area. Her tireless work helped to recover millions of dollars for her clients. She subsequently practiced with a prominent St. Louis area defense attorney, where she gained invaluable civil litigation experience. This included serving as lead counsel in mediations and arbitrations throughout Missouri and Illinois.

Passionate about representing clients who have been harmed by the carelessness or negligence of others, Lawana started her own law firm representing personal injury and workers’ compensation clients. She built her practice until joining forces with OnderLaw.

Currently, Lawana represents individuals in the areas of personal injury and products liability, including mass tort litigation and workers’ compensation.
Lawana is licensed to practice law in Missouri and Illinois. She is a member of the Missouri Bar, the Illinois Bar, and the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys.

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