Aaron Haber is a seasoned professional in the field of personal injury litigation, successfully representing plaintiffs in areas from personal injury to premises liability to trucking accidents. The scope of Aaron’s representation includes claim resolution prior to litigation and all phases of litigation including extensive discovery practice, motion practice, trial, post-trial and appellate practice. Aaron has tried bench and jury trials to verdict throughout the area, including in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Franklin County and Jefferson County. Aside from representing clients throughout Missouri and Illinois, Aaron has handled cases in states across the nation, notably in Kansas and Florida.
Haber’s expertise spans far beyond the courtroom as he is eager to learn and experience areas of law. Prior to graduation, he participated in law review, article editing, judicial externing in the United States District court of Illinois and working as a law clerk.
Since founding Muchnick Haber Margolis, he has obtained millions of dollars in recovery for clients, including recent verdicts for $3.1 million and $5.2 million that were covered in various media outlets.
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- B.A., University of Oregon
- J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law
- Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México
Licenses and Certifications
- Attorney at Law, Missouri
- Attorney at Law, Illinois
- The United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
- The United States District Court, Southern District of Illinois
- Up & Coming Lawyer by Missouri Lawyers Weekly
- Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine
- Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine
- Lon Hocker Award nominee
- Member of Multimillion Dollar Advocates Forum, Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Board of Governors, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
In December 2009, a St. Louis family was struck by a suspect fleeing police custody at Goodfellow Boulevard and Martin Luther King Drive. One woman died and several children were severely injured in the crash. Aaron Haber represented two surviving family members and pursued compensation for both medical and emotional damages. Along with a team of attorneys, Aaron demonstrated that the police officers did not call off the pursuit after the crash. In 2012, the jury returned with a $3.1 million verdict against the village of Uplands Park. Aaron’s expertise in the courtroom allowed the trial team to overcome the defense for a substantial verdict.