Christian Morris, Esq., is a personal injury trial attorney. She focuses exclusively on personal injury cases and making sure her clients obtain a just verdict or settlement. She is licensed to practice law in Nevada in both state and federal courts. Christian also holds bar licenses in California and New Jersey. In February, 2012, Christian successfully passed the New York State Bar. In 2013, Christian was accepted to the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer’s College, and she continues her work with the College and alumni.
Christian was voted Nevada’s Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Nevada Justice Association for 2019. She is the second woman in twenty-two years to receive the honor. Christian also serves on the Board of Governors for the American Association of Justice.
Christian is well respected in the legal community for her candor, hard work and commitment to the civil justice system. She has conducted both jury trials and bench trials and has published decisions by the Nevada Supreme Court.
Christian gets personally involved in each case and takes time to get to know her clients and their families. Christian will never let any client be bullied by a big insurance company just because they have more money to hire expensive attorneys and doctors. She has experience in this area, because prior to fighting for injured people, Christian worked at one of the oldest and largest insurance defense firms in Las Vegas.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Christian was active in politics and worked for Senator Collins from her home state of Maine, and later as a grassroots staff member on a Presidential Election campaign. She is an active member of the Nevada Justice Association, the American Association of Justice, the American Cancer Society, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Christian is originally from Maine; where she was raised on a farm. Most of her family members are still in Maine and Christian goes back as much as possible to visit them. Her son, Jackman, is named after a small town in her home state, Jackman, Maine. Christian enjoys spending time with her family and friends; but Christian truly loves the work she does. She has hope that her work will create a better and safer world through the Justice system, one trial at a time.