Bobbie Moon

Shareholder in St. Louis, MO

Bobbie Moon joined Sandberg Phoenix in 2000 as an associate and became a shareholder in 2007. She served as a summer associate for the firm in 1999.

Bobbie practices in the medical malpractice area and concentrates on the defense of hospitals, physicians, nurses and allied health professionals. She has extensive experience in defending catastrophic and complex birth injury cases. She has an interest in hospital nursing policies and procedures, especially in the labor and delivery unit, and how those may impact the defense of a birth injury case. Additionally, Bobbie works as a resource for the firm’s business attorneys when medical issues arise in the context of business litigation.

In addition to her credentials as an attorney, Bobbie previously held licenses as a registered nurse for over 30 years.  She has been certified as a nurse midwife by the American College of Nurse Midwives since 1989 and served for many years as a staff member, team leader and In-patient Coordinator for the Nurse-Midwifery Service of Emory University School of Medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia. At Emory/Grady, she was involved in didactic and clinical education of undergraduate and graduate nursing students, medical students and OB/GYN residents. After moving to St. Louis in 1996, she practiced as a nurse-midwife at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Regional Medical Center and Deaconess (now Forest Park) Hospital. She has delivered more than 600 babies.


Birth Trauma Litigation


Hospitals Physicians & Allied Health Professionals