Page Law’s Personal Injury Attorneys
Andrew T. Drazen – Injury Lawyer
Andrew T. Drazen is a litigation attorney with nearly a decade of experience in Missouri and Illinois courts. Before focusing on personal injury, Andy represented clients in various areas, including criminal defense, DWI defense, family law, corporate, and employment litigation. Anyone who has had Andy on their side knows they’re in good hands.
Missouri Roots Run Deep
A life-long resident of The Show Me State, Andy graduated from St. Louis’ DeSmet Jesuit High School, where he was the Class of 2000’s valedictorian, played varsity baseball and soccer. He received a BA in Business Administration from Truman State University in 2004. While an undergrad, he was heavily involved in both Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity and Blue Key National Honor Fraternity. Andy finished school at the top of his class with a near 4.0 grade point average. Andy earned his legal degree from St. Louis University Law School in 2007.
Giving Clients a Fresh Start
Andy takes pride in handling serious injury and wrongful death cases. He enjoys the challenge of proving his individual client’s position to a jury, defense attorney, or insurance company. Andy’s strong, confident nature is apparent when he takes a stance for his clients. His reputation and record prove he has a passion for winning.
A Member of the Community
Andy also helps people outside the court room. He was actively involved in the Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce for several years as a board member. He is an active marathon runner and regularly runs to raise money for charitable organizations like JDRF and Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital. He is also actively involved in Our Lady of Providence Parish and Holy Cross Academy School.
The Page Law Team
Andy has done a lot of good for many people affected by personal injuries in Missouri and Illinois. We’re fortunate to have Andy as part of the Page Law team.
To discuss your personal injury case with Andy, contact us at (314) 322-8515 to speak with Andy directly.