Jackie Tebbe * Marketing Manager, Paralegal & Case Investigator
Jackie Tebbe is the Marketing Manager, Paralegal, and Case Investigator at SWS in its St. Louis office. She has been a paralegal since 2004, began working on Rails-to-Trails cases in 2013, and helped establish SWS in 2015.
From 2015 to 2023 her role as Office Manager, Administrator & Bookkeeper at SWS involved responsibility for all aspects of the management of the daily operations of SWS, from handling all clerical and administrative tasks for the office to coordinating office activities and operations to securing efficiency and compliance with company policies. Since 2015 she has also been involved in all aspects of the firm’s litigation, including assisting with case and file management, initial case review and filing, handling of documents, expert engagement and preparation, client contact, discovery, trial preparation, and trial support. In 2022 she took on the role of Marketing Manager for Stewart, Wald & Smith, being involved in all marketing aspects of the firm, including web design, content management, and advertising, as well as spending ample time on investigating and analyzing potential cases within the firm.
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Notable Success Examples
In Haggart v. United States, our attorneys recovered $177,400,000 on behalf of 254 landowners in King County, Washington, along a 25.45-mile trail.
In Raulerson v. United States, our attorneys recovered $33,300,000 on behalf of 264 landowners in Beaufort County, South Carolina, along a 25.05-mile trail.
In Smith v. United States, our attorneys recovered $26,477,000 on behalf of 29 landowners in King County, Washington, along a 25.45-mile trail.
In Ansley Walk v. United States, our attorneys recovered $18,416,000 on behalf of 5 landowners in Fulton County, Georgia, along a 1-mile trail.
In Furlong v. United States, our attorneys recovered $14,200,000 on behalf of 272 landowners in Albany, New York, along a 10.94-mile trail.