Bart’s initial commitment to securing financial relief for clients who have unjustly suffered serious personal injuries has not wavered in the slightest, and he’s recorded numerous noteworthy results for his clients. His success has earned him such prestigious professional distinctions as membership in Elite Lawyers of America and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
To Bart, being a good lawyer also means being a good citizen. He has long been active in community activities, including Thanksgiving food donations to several non-profit organizations in Lafayette and Baton Rouge. He also supports the Camelia Crossings 5K & Family Fun Run to raise money for Miles Perret Cancer Services, the Opelousas Lighthouse Mission emergency shelter and transitional-living facility for men, and the Lafayette Catholic Services Center’s New Life Center for homeless women and children.