P. Craig  Morrow

Morrow, Morrow, Ryan, Bassett & Halk
Morrow, Morrow, Ryan, Bassett & Halk
Po Box 1787
OpelousasLA 70571
(337) 948-4483
PATRICK CRAIG MORROW, JR. is a Senior Partner of Morrow, Morrow, Ryan & Bassett and has been with the firm?since 1994.? He is the current President-Elect for the Louisiana Association for Justice. ?Craig was voted to Top Attorneys in Louisiana for 2012 and is a member of the Million Dollar and the Multi-Million Advocates Forum, indicating that he has won settlements in the amount of a million dollars or more on behalf of his clients. Craig Morrow?is a frequent lecturer at legal seminars across the country who has given presentations on the topics of Traumatic Brain Injury and Products Liability.? Craig is the founder and?past Chair of the Products Liability Section for the Louisiana Association of Justice (LAJ).? He is the past Chair of the Auto Torts Section for LAJ and served on the Council of Directors.? Craig has been?selected for induction into the Hall of Fame at Southern University Law School in 2015.?He is one of? four partners who was selected for inclusion within Louisiana Super Lawyers? since 2012.? Craig is actively involved in the Wounded Warrior Project.


Maritime Personal InjuryMotor Vehicle AccidentsTraumatic Brain InjuryProducts LiabilityAviation AccidentsIndustrial AccidentsMunicipal LiabilityMedical MalpracticeClass Action Litigation


Louisiana State University, B.S. Criminal Justice, 1991Southern University, J.D., 1994


President-Elect of the Louisiana Association for JusticeTelevision interview regarding the B.P. Oil Spill on Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB)Television interview regarding the B.P. Oil Spill on Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)Authored a monthly column for Louisiana Advocates, the official publication of theLouisiana Association for Justice.City Attorney representing Port Barre and Krotz SpringsSelected for inclusion within Louisiana Super Lawyers??since 2012-presentIncluded in ?Top Attorneys in Louisiana in Transportation/Maritime Law for ?2012and 2013Selected to Top Attorneys in Acadiana Profile Attorneys Magazine in Maritime?Lawfor 2014Million Dollar Advocates ForumMulti-Million Dollar Advocates ForumLifetime member of the National Registry of Who?s WhoLexington Who?s Who MemberBoard of Directors for Louisiana Association for Justice (2008-2013)Member?of the Executive Committee for Louisiana?Association for Justice(2013-present)Chair of Louisiana Association for Justice Auto Torts Section (2008-2009)Brain Injury Association of AmericaNorth American Brain Injury SocietySupport for Lawyers/Legal Personnel-All Concern Encourage (SOLACE)St. Landry Parish Bar AssociationLafayette Parish Bar AssociationLouisiana State Bar AssociationAmerican Bar AssociationLouisiana Association for JusticeAmerican Association for JusticeLouisiana City Attorneys AssociationFederal Bar AssociationThe National Trial Lawyers? Top 100 Trial Lawyers in 2012-2015Chosen for the Top 10 Attorney Award in Louisiana by the National Academy ofPersonal Injury?Attorneys for 2014Serves on the American Bar Association Advisory PanelServes as a member on the Louisiana Association for Justice Executive CommitteeChair of the Products Liability Section for the Louisiana Association for JusticeDad?s Club ? Academy of Sacred Heart SchoolsDelta Water Fowl committeeVolunteer Reserve Police Officer ? Port Barre, LouisianaLifetime Charter Member of the Rue Ratings? Best Attorneys of America in 2015National Association of Distinguised Counsel (NADC) in 2015Fellow of the Louisiana Bar FoundationSelected in the Top Lawyers in Acadiana for Admiralty Law in 2015as recognized in Acadiana Profile magazineSelected for induction into the Hall of Fame at Southern University Law Schoolin 2015


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