Timothy W. Callahan is an experienced litigator, who has tried numerous bench and jury trials on behalf of his clients. He has also presented oral argument before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Prior to joining the firm in July of 2014, Tim practiced law with a well-respected St. Louis insurance defense firm.
At Kilo, Flynn, Billingsley, Trame, & Brown, P.C., Tim practices in all areas of civil litigation, including personal injury, wrongful death, automobile accident liability, trucking liability, construction defect, construction site accidents, product liability, employment, and commercial. He also has considerable experience in complex insurance coverage questions. Additionally, Tim practices in the area of workers’ compensation, estate planning, family law, and business organization and formation.
He is admitted to practice law in the State of Missouri and State of Illinois, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.
In 2013, Tim was recognized as a Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyer® Rising Star.
Tim received a Bachelor of Arts in political science and history from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 2001. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2004, where he obtained a certificate from the William C. Wefel Center for Employment Law. He is a member of the St. Louis University High School Alumni Board, the Loyola Academy of St. Louis Junior Board, and the Board of Adjustment for the City of Kirkwood.
A lifelong resident of St. Louis, Tim resides in Kirkwood with his wife and two children.
Donald L. O’Keefe and Timothy W. Callahan, Something More than What? A Primer for the Missouri Lawyer.
64 J. Mo. Bar 246 (2005).
M. Adina Johnson and Timothy W. Callahan, A Policy Limits Demand and the Tripartite Relationship.
Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers Quarterly Report (Winter, 2013).