Andrew’s practice concentrates on motor vehicle accidents, hunting accidents, sex abuse and nursing home negligence cases. Andrew enjoys fighting insurance companies, zealously advocating for his clients to get the most out of each insurance policy.
Prior to becoming a partner with Bautista LeRoy, LLC. Andrew was a plaintiff’s attorney for seven years handling complex product liability cases involving ATVs, Remington Model 700 rifles, tree stands and farming equipment. His products liability work has allowed him to develop a national practice handling cases in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota and Tennessee. This experience has allowed Andrew to gain a greater understanding of how insurance companies operate around the United States.
Andrew was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He received his B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas where he received the Outstanding Business Development/Marketing Award from the School of Journalism.
He received his law degree in 2005 from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. While in law school, Andrew was the Chief Honor Court Prosecutor and a Trial Advocacy Scholar. He is a member of the Order of Barristers, a national distinction given to only ten members of his graduating class recognizing excellence in legal advocacy.
Andrew was recently recognized as KCMBA Young Lawyer of the Year in 2014. This award is given to a young attorney who exhibits significant community, civic and professional work through his/her practice. Andrew was also elected to the Missouri Fellows of the American Bar Foundation in 2014, a distinction awarded to only one percent of the state’s attorneys for leadership and advocacy.
When he is not fighting insurance companies, Andrew enjoys hiking and kayaking with his wife Gilly and their three children. Andrew volunteers his time at St. Peter’s Catholic Church and School in Brookside. You can frequently find Andrew and his family enjoying everything Brookside has to offer young families.