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Larry Hall Joins Heyl Royster’s Trucking Practice

04/28/2021

Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., a growing regional law firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Attorney Larry Hall. Hall was previously a shareholder with the firm of Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard and will join Heyl Royster in its St. Louis office.

Hall chaired his former firm’s Transportation Team and will play an active role in Heyl Royster’s growing regional trucking practice. He has devoted the majority of his legal practice to representing local, regional, and national motor carriers throughout the litigation process. Hall also works closely with trucking clients in all aspects of their risk management including immediate response investigations, safety policies/training, and regulatory compliance. Prior to his legal career, he gained unique insight into the challenges faced by drivers while delivering linen in large commercial trucks for a family-run business.

Hall serves the trucking industry through his involvement in a number of organizations, including the Missouri and Illinois Trucking Associations. He is on the Missouri Trucking Association Board and is an Illinois Trucking Leadership Program graduate. He also serves on the Defense Research Institute’s Trucking Executive Committee where he chairs that committee’s podcasts. He is a regular speaker at local, statewide, and national events addressing risk mitigation and litigation strategies for the transportation industry.

While his primary focus is the trucking industry, Hall also defends clients in the areas of products liability, fire science, and premises liability litigation. He will be a vital addition to Heyl Royster’s St. Louis office and its growing practice in Missouri.

Through its Trucking Practice Group the firm represents motor carriers of all sizes, as well as insurers serving the motor carrier industry. From its eight offices, the firm represents the transportation industry in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Mississippi, and Arkansas, as well as in Federal Courts across the nation.