ETHAN MORRIS Freeburg Law
Ethan hails from Carrollton, Georgia and has lived in Jackson, Wyoming since October 2019. After graduating from Central High School, he traveled south to attend Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and a Minor in Chemistry.
After leaving Statesboro, Ethan spent the next fifteen months working in Cooper Landing, Alaska, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta, Georgia before enrolling in the University of Georgia School of Law. While in law school, Ethan served on the editorial board of the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law and externed with the DeKalb County Public Defender’s Office and the House Judiciary Committee of the Georgia General Assembly.
After graduating from law school, Ethan worked as an associate attorney at two firms in Georgia, where he was involved in a variety of matters. He was part of a team of attorneys that filed a successful class action lawsuit against an insurance company and real estate developer due to violations of the Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (“RICO”) Act as well as a successful estate dispute against an executor of an estate that committed acts of self-dealing and fraud to deprive beneficiaries of an ownership interest in one of the most highly valued office parks in Georgia.
Since joining Freeburg Law in October 2019, Ethan has committed himself to serving individuals that have been affected by negligent acts and criminal incidents occurring in Wyoming. Ethan prides himself on going the extra mile for his clients and serves up his own brand of Southern hospitality to guide them through difficult times. He became an attorney to help those with nowhere else to turn, and Freeburg Law allows him to advance that goal. He works with the Freeburg Law team day in and day out to solve client problems, no matter how large or small.
In 2021, Ethan was part of a trial team that achieved justice for a woman that was seriously injured when she fell into a pit that was left open and unattended by a plumbing company. The plumbing company did not place any warning signs or barriers around the pit and walked off the job site without notifying the woman of the open pit. Prior to filing suit the insurance company made an offer to settle the case that we thought was too low. So we filed suit, took the case to a jury trial, and obtained five times the amount that the insurance company offered pre-suit. Ethan fights for his clients and is not deterred by insurance companies that fail to value the deep and lasting effects that negligent acts have on injured parties.
Ethan is licensed in Georgia and Wyoming.