St. Louis Injury Attorney
Christopher A. Wright grew up in St. Louis in unincorporated Oakville.
Chris attended Christian Brothers College (CBC) High School from 1986
through 1990. He graduated from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri
with Bachelor of Arts Degrees in both Political Science and Communication.
He attended law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)
School of Law, where he graduated in 1998. While at UMKC, he served on
the UMKC Law Review as Managing Editor from 1997 through 1998; he was
also a member of the Ellison Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Board; and
was a recipient of the Max Foust Scholarship.
Chris has dedicated his professional career to exclusively and aggressively
representing victims and their families in the most complex
medical negligence, nursing home negligence, serious
personal injury and wrongful death actions.
Honors & Awards
In September 2005, Chris was selected by Missouri Lawyer's Weekly magazine
as an Up & Coming Missouri Lawyer. And in 2009, Chris was named a
Missouri & Kansas Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine.
Community Involvement & Personal Life
Chris is actively involved in supporting, or has served on the Boards of,
the following charitable/consumer advocacy organizations: The United Way;
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO); The Crohn's &
Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA); and the Missouri Association of
Trial Attorneys (MATA); and the Kirkwood-Webster Junior Football league.
Chris and his wife, Shannon, live in Webster Groves with their 3 boys -
Ben, Will and Sammy.