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Todd Hurt is a member of our team of Asbestos Case Investigators at Simmons Hanly Conroy. As such, he is responsible for gathering details about a client’s asbestos exposure and medical history. Todd travels around the country to meet in-person with potential mesothelioma clients to discuss their case and walk them through the legal documents. These details and documents allow the legal team to get started on a claim immediately.
Throughout his career with Simmons Hanly Conroy, Todd is proud to have helped over 1,000 clients and their families. A native of Troy, Illinois, Todd has been with Simmons Hanly Conroy for almost 20 years. Although he no longer lives in the St. Louis Metro area, his allegiance still belongs to the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. His parents still live in the area, as well as his sister and brother-in-law.
When he’s not welcoming family and friends for visits to his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Todd enjoys boating, traveling, beach life, swimming, camping, relaxing and spending time with the people important to him.
Todd comes from a long line of railroad workers. His father worked his way up through a long career in the railroad industry starting out on track crew, to carman, to engineer, and eventually to management. As a manager he was responsible for overall safety and regulations, mechanical departments and EPA compliance. When he finally retired, Todd’s father was CEO of a smaller switching railroad yard in Illinois.
His grandfather and great grandfather were also railroaders with his grandfather also retiring as CEO of the same railroad as his father in 1983. In addition to life on the railroad, his grandfather was a proud veteran of the Marine Corps and his grandmother was the first female Navy baker in the Pacific.
Todd gets his passion for helping others from his mother who is a retired registered nurse. While a large portion of his heart belongs to his family, he also saves a substantial part for people in need.
“I live in an area that has a lot of homeless people,” he said. “I try to help the ones who are truly looking for help. I’ve volunteered at food shelters and will buy food for some of them. It’s hard to see people hungry. I try to help anyone out who needs it.”