Bradley Morris

Attorney

Bradley Morris is an associate attorney in the Mass Tort Division at The Maher Law Firm. He focuses his practice on representing plaintiffs in a wide array of product liability, failure to warn, manufacturing defect and negligence cases.


Bradley graduated magna cum laude from Florida A&M University College of Law in the top 4 percent of his class. While at law school, he was the Notes and Comments Editor at the Florida A&M Law Review, where he reviewed student notes and assisted with publishing.

Education

  • Florida A&M University College of Law, J.D. Magna Cum Laude
    • Book Awards in Legal Research and Writing I, Property Law II, Constitutional Law I & II, Employment Law, Labor Law, Criminal Law, and Florida Constitutional Law.
    • Dean's List 2015-2018
    • Legal Intern for the Honorable Marc. L. Lubet, Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
  • University of Central Florida, B.A. Political Science

Multidistrict Litigation Experience

  • In Re: Coloplast (MDL No. 2387)
  • In Re: Mirena (MDL No. 2434)
  • In Re: Testosterone Replacement Therapy (MDL No. 2545)
  • In Re: Taxotere (Docetaxel) (MDL No. 2740)
  • In Re: Actos (Pioglitazone) (MDL No. 2299)
  • In Re: Bard IVC Filters (MDL No. 2641)

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Florida Bar
  • American Bar Association

GET TO KNOW ATTORNEY BRAD MORRIS:

Q: Why did you get into law?
A: I have always wanted to make a difference in other peoples' lives. Generally, individuals seek an attorney when they have a problem, or when they were injured. I want to be a part of their solution—help solve my clients' injustices and bring them the peace of mind knowing that justice has been served.

Q: Why did you choose to work at The Maher Law Firm?
A: Before I went to law school, I worked as a legal assistant at The Maher Law Firm. I quickly learned that everyone at the firm is very approachable, professional and always willing to help—and I loved that. After I graduated law school, I knew I wanted to continue to be a part of such a healthy, hard-working environment.

Q: What has been your proudest moment so far as an attorney?
A: I always feel proud when I know I am there for my clients when they need me.

Q: Can you tell us a little about your family?
A: I am the first lawyer in my family. My father works in the car industry and my mother is a homemaker. I am very close to my brother who is currently studying at UCF and will be applying for medical school soon. My fiancé, Sarah, and I will be getting married in October 2019, so I'm very excited about that.

Q: Can you tell us a little about your family?
A: I am the first lawyer in my family. My father works in the car industry and my mother is a homemaker. I am very close to my brother who is currently studying at UCF and will be applying for medical school soon. My fiancé, Sarah, and I will be getting married in October 2019, so I'm very excited about that.

Bradley Morris - Florida Trial Attorney at The Maher Law Firm