St. Louis/Madison County ∙ Chicago ∙ New York City

Kyler H.

Attorney At Law

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  • B.A., University of Illinois Springfield, 2006
  • J.D., Southern Illinois University School of Law, 2009


  • Illinois
  • Missouri
  • New York

Practice Areas

  • Complex Civil Litigation
  • Asbestos
  • Toxic Tort Litigation
  • General Insurance Defense
  • Education Law

Kyler Stevens has been with Kurowski Shultz since October 2012 and has focused his practice on complex civil litigation, protecting the interests of large and small businesses alike. Mr. Stevens is also active in the defense of schools and municipal corporations in various civil matters.

Mr. Stevens has extensive experience with industrial equipment and components, including gaskets, compressors, HVAC, building materials, electrical equipment, as well as aviation and automotive equipment. This experience uniquely positions him to represent a variety of equipment and component manufacturers, and to help his clients develop and implement cost-effective, result-driven defense strategies in some of the nation’s most difficult jurisdictions.

Mr. Stevens is licensed in the States of Illinois, Missouri and New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Central Districts of Illinois. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the St. Clair County Bar Association. He is active in the Illinois State Bar, serving on the organization’s Young Lawyers Division Council and is a member of the Committee on Judicial Evaluations (Outside Cook County).

Besides taking part in JDRF fundraising activities and events, Mr. Stevens also serves in multiple organizations supporting area youth and scholarship.

Mr. Stevens lives in Fairview Heights, Illinois with his wife, Miranda.


  • Fracking Law: From Land Contract Negotiations to Environmental Disputes, Industry Trends and the Role of State and Local Government, 2013, National Business Institute, Inc.
  • Practical Advice for New Lawyers, October 2015, ISBA YLD
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, Clark v. Lockheed Martin Corporation, et al., No. 15-CV-995, 2016 WL 67265 (S.D.Ill. January 6, 2016)