Marcus E. Raichle, Jr. is one of the trailblazers in asbestos litigation. Marcus has practiced in the area of asbestos litigation for the last 18 years, exclusively handling mesothelioma cases since 2000. He has participated in hundreds of mesothelioma cases all over the country in nearly every state. His litigation experience includes numerous multi-million dollar settlements and multi-million dollar verdicts.
Marcus attended Washington University in St. Louis, MO majoring in Political Science and minoring in Business, graduating in 1988. He graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law in Tulsa, OK. graduating in 1992.
Marcus is happily married with three young girls.
ExperienceImmediately following law school, Marcus worked as a Legal Assistant and as Development Director of the ACLU of Eastern MO, until 1994, when he began his career in asbestos litigation.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 02/22/14 in Personal Injury.
My father got mesothelioma. Mr. Raichle personally came to our home and helped us. He explained everything. He had a whole team working on my father's case. Everyone came to us. Whenever we had a question, someone was always available to answer our q... Read more
My father got mesothelioma. Mr. Raichle personally came to our home and helped us. He explained everything. He had a whole team working on my father's case. Everyone came to us. Whenever we had a question, someone was always available to answer our question. My father never had to travel anywhere or ever go to court. The money has been a godsend, especially for my mom who has her own health issues. Thank you! Read lessRead less
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