Robert Morse was raised in a small rice farming community outside of Sour Lake, Texas before attending Texas A&M University where he received his B.B.A. in Finance. After college, Robert Morse managed litigation and fraud investigations for the country’s largest property and casualty insurance company. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from law school at the University of Houston, Robert Morse began his career at the law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski where he represented numerous Fortune 500 companies in a variety of litigation matters. During his career at Fulbright, Robert did not lose a single jury trial.
As a result of his outstanding advocacy skills, Robert left Fulbright & Jaworski to supervise catastrophic litigation matters for one of the world’s largest energy companies. These experiences provided Robert Morse with a unique insight into the operations of major corporations and their insurance carriers and allows him to maximize the value of a case while seeking a resolution in the most expedited time frame feasible.
At Daspit Law Firm, Robert Morse is an experienced national maritime lawyer who is dedicated to providing clients with excellent legal representation by seeking and successfully recovering the maximum amount of compensation for his client’s full physical and or emotional recovery. If you or a loved one have suffered an injury as a result of an offshore accident, contact Robert Morse for a free legal consultation.
When not working, Robert Morse enjoys most outdoor activities, but is especially fond of hunting and fishing.
In recent years, Robert Morse has been involved in the following types of litigation:
- Catastrophic burns at a gas plant in Wyoming where three contract employees sustained life-threatening injuries.
- Chemical exposure to over 80 individuals in the territorial waters of Norway.
- Wrongful death of contract employee while working in the Eagle Ford shale.
- Plane crash in Asia where executive jet crashed into the jungle with no survivors.
- Propane truck/train collision in Oklahoma causing three fatalities.