Welcome to Morris Bart, LLC Attorneys at Law, where serious experience, professionalism and personal attention get serious results.

We are more than just a personal injury law firm; we’re a group that values the people around us. While our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to getting results in every case entrusted to us, we understand that winning cases shouldn’t be our only priority.  Above all else, our firm is committed to our clients, our corporate culture, and our community.

Clients

We understand the physical and emotional trauma that our clients endure from a car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident. We strive to develop relationships with our clients and partnerships built on trust with an open line of communication and respect. We are dedicated to giving expert legal advice to our clients in order to protect their rights and get the settlement they deserve.

Corporate Culture

The personal injury law firm headquartered in New Orleans is committed to creating a professional, yet comfortable working environment for our attorneys and legal staff. We strive for innovation and thinking outside of the box, resulting in an exciting and thought-provoking atmosphere. We believe teamwork is crucial in getting the job done. We value our employees and their families, and we aim to create a balance between professional and personal goals.

Community

  • Rebuilding the great city of New Orleans is extremely important to us. That’s why Morris Bart, LLC Attorneys at Law is actively involved in supporting many facets of the community. From education to sports, we are socially and environmentally conscious and have a good understanding of the issues in our community. And we want to thank those people who have supported our company by giving back. Below is a list of organizations that we support:
    • New Orleans Hornets
    • Loyola University: Morris Bart, a 1978 graduate of the Loyola School of Law, returned to his alma mater in 2003 to dedicate the Morris Bart Electronic Classroom in the law library, pledging $80,000 to this endeavor. Approximately $38,000 was used to purchase video conferencing equipment and to name the new electronic classroom used for student instruction, faculty/staff instruction, research, continuing legal education, career services, and other technology-driven instructional needs. The remainder of his gift was used for library acquisitions and much needed resources for the law library, both online and hardcover research materials. Bart had a wonderful experience as a student and was thrilled to be able to do something for students who follow in his footsteps. “Everything about my three years at Loyola School of Law was positive. I enjoyed and benefited from the professors, my fellow classmates, and the overall learning experience. It is now my privilege to be in a position to give back to Loyola in such a meaningful way,” Bart said.
    • American Red Cross
    • United Way Campaign
    • Special Olympics
    • Paralyzed Veterans of America
    • Fortier High School: In 2004, Morris Bart was the graduation speaker at former Uptown New Orleans public high school, Fortier.  That same year, many graduating seniors struggled to find the funds to participate in the end of year activities, including purchasing a cap and gown, prom, testing fees and other required costs. Recognizing the importance of these activities to further propel these students in their education, Morris Bart donated the necessary funds, in the amount of $10,000, so the entire senior class of 2004 could walk down the aisle at graduation.

December 12, 2012 | Categories: Company News |