Bart Siniard solely represents injured people in north Alabama. A native of Huntsville, Alabama, Bart received his undergraduate degree and juris doctorate from the University of Alabama. He returned home to Huntsville to practice personal injury law in 2013.
Bart Siniard’s National Recognitions
Bart has been selected for inclusion by:
- Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of personal injury litigation and medical malpractice.
- National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 in the the practice area of personal injury in Alabama.
- SuperLawyers Rising Star designation as a Huntsville personal injury lawyer.
According to 256Today, Bart Siniard is one of the youngest attorneys in Alabama to obtain verdicts in both the state and federal court systems when serving as lead counsel while also securing opinions in his clients’ favor from the Supreme Court of Alabama. Bart has obtained over $23 million in compensation for his clients since he began his career in 2013.
Bart handles all types of personal injury cases, but he has a special passion for the elderly who have suffered injuries or who have died due to nursing home abuse and neglect. In 2016, he received specialized training at the American Association for Justice’s Nursing Home Litigation College in Washington, D.C. in order to specialize in handling wrongful death claims against nursing homes.
Bart Siniard’s Notable Achievements for Clients
- Hurst v. Sneed, 229 So. 3d 215 (Ala. 2017): unanimous opinion in plaintiff’s favor regarding the Guest-Passenger Statute
- EPS v. Hislop, unreported 2023 Alabama Supreme Court decision in client’s favor involving theory of tortious interference
- Slaughter v. Reagan, verdict in favor of plaintiff in Madison County Circuit Court
- Rutherford v. United States, verdict in favor of plaintiff in United States District Court, Northern District
- Merriman v. Allstate, verdict in favor of plaintiff in Madison County Circuit Court
- Simmons v. Smith, verdict in favor of plaintiff in Madison County Circuit Court
- Rich v. Bloodworth, verdict in favor of plaintiff in Lawrence County Circuit Court
- Orr v. Givens, verdict in favor of plaintiff in Madison County Circuit Court
- $6,250,000 settlement involving electrical burn injuries
- $4,550,000 settlement involving leg amputation in commercial vehicle wreck
- $3,750,000 settlement involving medical malpractice causing significant harm to minor
- $1,300,000 settlement involving severe injuries due to drunk driver
- $1,000,000 settlement involving severe injuries in commercial vehicle wreck
Bart in the Huntsville Community
Bart Siniard is active in the Huntsville legal community. He has served as Treasurer of the Huntsville Bar Association and as a Board Member of the Huntsville Young Lawyers Association. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Association for Justice. Bart is frequently asked by local media outlets for legal commentary on developing news stories.
In addition to his efforts to help people through the legal profession, Bart believes in giving back to the community by serving in leadership positions in Huntsville organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the North Alabama Boys & Girls Club, the Historic Huntsville Foundation, and the Huntsville First United Methodist Church’s early education ministry.
Bart Outside the Courtroom
A self-assessed history nerd, Bart enjoys his downtime researching and writing about Huntsville history. Bart also enjoys public speaking opportunities. He has been a guest lecturer about medical malpractice laws at UAH’s School of Nursing. Bart has also been a featured speaker at Greater Leadership Huntsville and the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers’ Convention. He is married to his wife Emily and they have two young children.
To learn more about Bart, you can listen to his podcast interview on the “Next Lawyer Up” podcast.