Lindsay Dibler graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. Lindsay received his commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy in 1983, and served as a Surface Warfare Officer, Shipboard Electronics Officer, and Division Officer on board the Guided Missile Frigate USS Crommelin (FFG-37) stationed out of Long Beach, California. Lindsay was deployed to the Indian Ocean, Persian Gulf, and various locations throughout the Pacific Ocean.
In 1988, Lindsay accepted employment with the McDonnell Douglas Corporation in St. Louis, Missouri as a Flight Test Engineer. Lindsay prepared and wrote test reports on numerous test projects involving the F-15 Eagle fighter jet, including development and integration of the AMRAAM Missile and Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS).
Lindsay is responsible for the firm's substantial St. Louis City and Cook County (Chicago) asbestos dockets. He is one of few defense counsel who have taken verdicts in the challenging defense environment of St. Louis City. For the past four years he has supported tort reform measures being pushed in the State of Missouri. He has testified before both the House and Senate Committees, and consulted on Bill language in support of Asbestos Transparency in the filing of claims for recovery from Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts.
A native of north St. Louis, Lindsay received his J.D. degree from St. Louis University School of Law. A trial lawyer since 1993, Lindsay concentrates his practice in civil litigation, construction defect, toxic torts, product liability, commercial disputes, personal injury and general insurance defense. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois, Missouri, and Nevada. He has extensive experience in trial and appellate practice, alternative dispute resolution, expert witness development, and litigation management.
Lindsay lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife and three children.