About Dickman Law
Dickman Law was founded by attorney Charles Dickman in 2003, after he saw the need for highly skilled legal representation that retained a personal, small-town feel. “It is my honor to serve the people from the Lake of the Ozarks and from throughout Missouri with their legal needs,” attorney Dickman says. “I try my hardest to treat clients like family, the way I would want to be treated if I were in their shoes.”
Our firm has more than 21 years of experience practicing law, and we’re here for you and your family when you need us. Dickman Law has achieved settlements and jury verdicts worth millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, up to $1.35 million as of early 2022.
About Charles Dickman
Charles Dickman graduated with honors from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri in 1998. He went on to attend and graduate from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, also known as “Mizzou Law” in May 2001, where he served as the Note and Comment Editor for the Journal of Dispute Resolution.
Mr. Dickman worked for some time at Missouri’s largest insurance defense law firm, gaining valuable insights into how insurance companies think and how they try to deny claims. This gave him a specific niche in insurance coverage opinions, allowing him to better serve his clients to this day.
Desiring to become his own boss and make it on his own, Charles opened Dickman Law in 2003. Success was not far behind. He achieved his first million-dollar victory for a car wreck in 2006, was named Special Prosecutor for Platte County, and served as Platte County’s representative to the domestic violence board.
One of Mr. Dickman’s accolades is that he has attained million-dollar compensation packages for his clients in both jury verdicts and settlements.
- Westminster College, Class of 1998
- University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law, Class of 2001
Achievements and Awards
- National Trial Lawyers Top 100
- Super Lawyers
- Former Special Prosecutor to Platte County, Missouri
- Platte County Representative to the Tri-County Domestic Violence Board