Milan Berry Joins Roberts Perryman’s Trucking Litigation Group

Roberts Perryman is pleased to announce the fourth new attorney in 3 months. Milan Berry joined the Trucking Litigation practice group on December 1, 2013.

Milan brings a wealth of experience to his role at Roberts Perryman. While putting himself through undergrad and law school, Milan drove semi-trucks and operated his own trucking company.  Milan has driven 18 wheelers for WCX/Schanno & Dynamic Transit, Swift Transportation, Kallmeyer Bros. and Sodrel Truck Lines.  Milan also started his own trucking company, Article I Leasing, LLC, while attending law school.  Milan has almost 20 years in the trucking industry.  Like many in the trucking industry, Milan inherited his love of trucking from his father who also made a career out of driving.  

Upon accepting his offer, Milan said, “I always knew I wanted to practice trucking law. I feel like I have found my niche.”
As we welcome our new attorneys to our team, I thought it would be a good opportunity for us to broaden the scope of the information we share through Driven to Keep You Driving.  In the coming weeks and months we will be showcasing blogs from all of our attorneys.  Our firm, while relatively small, has a great group of lawyers who can share different experiences and information. 

In our next blog Milan will relate an experience he had while trying to stay within his hours of service during two major events in St. Louis.  Following Milan, Korissa Zickrick will bring us up to date on new laws in Illinois.  Next on the roster will be Jenn Wood’s interesting take on a statement recently made by Ann Ferro and the reality of passenger vehicles in causing crashes.

Stay tuned, keep reading and enjoy!Image

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