Brandan Mueller

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Brandan P. Mueller, a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve and an attorney[1] at a St. Louis, Missouri law firm, was activated in January 2003 and "deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he served as a platoon leader in a transportation company responsible for fuel delivery in northern and western Iraq."[2] Mueller was "injured when a car struck his vehicle as he and other members of the 705th Transportation Company ran a fueling mission." He spent a month in recovery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., before returning home to Webster Groves, Missouri.[3]

In November 2004, the law firm of Husch & Eppenberger L.L.C. added Mueller "as an associate attorney in the firm's general business litigation practice group. Since 2000, he has represented clients in the defense and prosecution of a wide array of cases involving products liability and general torts, complex commercial litigation, insurance law and personal injury."[4]

Mueller "holds a law degree from Saint Louis University School of Law and an undergraduate degree in political science from Truman State University. He is a member of the Missouri and Illinois bar associations."[5]

Mueller is Vets for Freedom chairman for Missouri.[6][7]

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  1. Brandan P. Mueller, USLawyersDB.com.
  2. "Husch & Eppenberger L.L.C. adds Brandan Mueller as an associate," St. Louis Daily Record Staff (FindArticles.com), November 20, 2004.
  3. Greg Jonsson, "Injured soldier returns to St. Louis," April 1, 2004.
  4. "Husch & Eppenberger L.L.C. adds Brandan Mueller as an associate," St. Louis Daily Record Staff, November 20, 2004.
  5. "Husch & Eppenberger L.L.C. adds Brandan Mueller as an associate," St. Louis Daily Record Staff (FindArticles.com), November 20, 2004.
  6. "Give More Back, Claire," The Source Blog, September 13, 2007.
  7. Kathy Dunaway, "Majority Leader Reid: Out of Touch and Undermining Troops," Families United for Our Troops and Their Mission, June 27, 2007.

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