Mediation.com Adds Missouri Attorney Roger Brown and His “No Victims” Philosophy to Its Vast Attorney-Mediator Network

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A firm believer that strong litigation skills support strong mediation skills, Roger Brown brings advocacy for victims to nation’s premier mediation network.

Roger Brown | Missouri Mediator | Roger G. Brown & Associates

Roger Brown | Missouri Mediator | Roger G. Brown & Associates

My motto has always been ‘I will not let my clients be victims. I’m here to fight back on behalf of people who can’t fight back – because they lack the knowledge, or the energy, or even the ability. - Roger Brown

Roger Brown has been serving the community of Jefferson City and Missouri as advocates for victims of injuries, loss of loved ones or discrimination of any kind for more than thirty years. He recently announced a new way to reach out to people who may need his services: His membership in the nation’s fastest-growing mediation network, Mediation.com.

“My motto has always been ‘I will not let my clients be victims,” Brown said. “I’m here to fight back on behalf of people who can’t fight back – because they lack the knowledge, or the energy, or even the ability. There are cases wherein litigation is the only way, but sometimes you get better results from mediation – and I have to advise my clients that while their “day in court” might feel good for a moment, if it doesn’t get you the best results, mediate instead.”

Brown devotes his practice to Products Liability, Medical Negligence, General Personal Injury, Wrongful Death (including automobile accidents and vehicle train collisions), Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Workers’ Compensation. He has successfully settled several cases that the participants and trial judges said could “never settle.” As a result, he has been approached by several defense attorneys throughout Missouri to act as a mediator on a wide range of litigation topics.

A graduate of Gonzaga University School of Law, Brown has been certified in civil trial practice by the National Board of Trial Advocacy since 1989. He is licensed to practice in Kansas and Missouri as well as the 8th Circuit, 10th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. In 2009 he earned his Masters of Law Degree, from the University of Missouri Columbia, in Dispute Resolution.

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