Personal Injury Lawyer Stars In Toddler's Birthday Party A two year old in Louisiana perks up whenever Morris Bart's commercials come on TV. So his parents threw him a Morris Bart birthday party — complete with Bart's face on a cake and a T-shirt.
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Personal Injury Lawyer Stars In Toddler's Birthday Party

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Personal Injury Lawyer Stars In Toddler's Birthday Party

Personal Injury Lawyer Stars In Toddler's Birthday Party

Personal Injury Lawyer Stars In Toddler's Birthday Party

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A two year old in Louisiana perks up whenever Morris Bart's commercials come on TV. So his parents threw him a Morris Bart birthday party — complete with Bart's face on a cake and a T-shirt.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. We know it's hard to choose the theme for a kid's birthday party, Spiderman, maybe trains, or maybe Morris Bart, personal injury lawyer.

(SOUNDBITE OF AD)

MORRIS BART: I represent people injured by no fault of their own.

GREENE: A 2-year-old in Louisiana named Grayson perks up whenever this commercial comes on, so his parents threw him a Morris Bart birthday party, complete with Morris Bart's face on a cake and also a T-shirt. Morris Bart, sadly, could not come, but his office did send an 8-by-10 portrait. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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