Attorneys at Law

The Niemann Mansion
4472 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis MO 63108

Traumatic Brain Injury
Personal Injury
Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Defective Products
Auto Accidents
Legal Malpractice

The principal attorneys of McCloskey, P.C., Mark T. McCloskey and Patricia N. McCloskey, have devoted their professional careers to representing the rights of individuals who have sustained serious personal injuries or suffered the wrongful death of a loved one as a result of medical negligence, malpractice, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, defective products, airplane crashes and any other negligence or malpractice which has resulted in personal injuries, brain injuries, neck, back, spinal cord injuries or any other serious, disabling or fatal injuries.

Mark T. McCloskey

Patricia N. McCloskey


Mark T. McCloskey

Mark T. McCloskey, an AV-rated attorney, has exclusively represented the rights of people suffering personal injuries and wrongful death since 1987. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, Magna Cum Laude, of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and of the Southern Methodist University School of Law, where he served on the prestigious law review, reserved for only a few top, select members of the class. He is licensed to practice in the state courts of Missouri, Illinois, Texas and Nebraska and the federal courts of Missouri, Illinois, Texas and Nebraska.

Mark McCloskey has represented thousands of individuals in over 16 states. Before forming this law firm, Mark McCloskey was lead trial counsel for a major personal injury firm in Southern Illinois with a nationwide practice. In the course of his career, Mr. McCloskey has prosecuted, tried and/or settled cases in the following areas:

Wrongful death, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, truck collisions, motorcycle accidents, airplane crashes, bicycle/vehicle accidents, riverboat/barge injuries, railroad injuries, railroad crossing injuries, traumatic brain injuries, product defects, including exploding pressure cookers, defective handguns, multiple types of defective industrial and farming machinery, multiple types of personal and home use products which have caused injuries and death, defective auto cases (including defects in auto air bags, stability, manufacture and design), spinal cord injuries,


neck injuries, back injuries, burns, birth injuries, amputations, sexual harassment, sexual assault, wrongful discharge, racial intimidation, attorney malpractice (otherwise known as legal malpractice), defective building construction, defective building maintenance and/or defective property maintenance which causes injury to others, fire and explosion cases, work injuries, nursing home abuse and neglect, psychiatric facility assault and rape, hospital rape and assault, lack of proper security , slip and falls, excessive force, to name just part of the scope of cases handled.

If you have suffered personal injuries or a loved one has suffered wrongful death or any invasion or abuse of your rights, almost certainly Mark McCloskey has filed or tried a similar case in the past against the biggest corporations and insurance companies in America..

Mark. McCloskey is licensed to practice law in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Texas and Nebraska and has additionally been admitted pro hac vice to represent individuals in over 16 states during the past 20 years.

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Patricia N. McCloskey

Patricia N. McCloskey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, Summa Cum Laude, of Pennsylvania State University, graduating first in her class (completing her degree in 3 years) with the highest cumulative average in 47 years at such university in her department. Patricia McCloskey is a 1986 graduate of Southern Methodist University School of Law and has been continually engaged in trial practice as a lawyer since that time. Patricia McCloskey began her career in commercial litigation as an associate at what was voted by the American Lawyer as one of the top 10 mid-sized firms in the country and thereafter represented, amongst others, the United States of America as Counsel for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Resolution Trust Corporation (RIC).

Patricia McCloskey formed her own firm for the practice of law in 1993, where she continued to represent the FDIC and the RTC until devoting her time exclusively to representing the rights of those suffering serious personal injury and wrongful death together with her husband, Mark McCloskey.

Patricia McCloskey has extensive trial experience in personal injury and wrongful death cases arising out of all aspects of negligence, including traumatic brain injury, products liability and product defect, medical malpractice, wrongful death, neck, back and spinal cord injuries, motor vehicle collisions, motorcycle collisions, airplane crashes, and many others as set forth further


Patricia McCloskey is licensed to practice law in the states of Missouri and Illinois, and, like Mark McCloskey, has been admitted pro hac vice to represent the rights of those seriously injured or suffering wrongful death throughout the United States.

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