Brad Harr


BRAD HARR, PC. is known in St. George, Utah for his legal work and supports other law firms with their personal injury clients.

On June 1, 2006, Brad opened the doors of Injury Smart Law – originally called BRADLEY C. HARR, PC. Brad is known in St. George, Utah for his legal work and provides support to not only his own clients but also helps other law firms with their personal injury clients. He has represented hundreds of local injured people from the Washington County, Utah area and enjoys referrals from former clients and area attorneys alike. Most of his legal work comes from personal referrals from within the legal community, medical community, and from, current and former clients.  Brad always strives to work passionately for every client so that his clients have no hesitation referring their friends.

Everyone has a story as to why they became a professional in their area of expertise. Some made a conscious choice to pursue a a dream and others fell into a job or profession by accident. Brad is in the group of people that made a conscious decision to pursue a specific career and still loves what he does years later. You can read all about it on the blog.

Brad is married to Märta P. Harr. They have five sons and four daughters. Brad is involved as an active homeschooling dad with each of his children. Brad and his family believe learning is a lifelong experience. Together as a family they enjoy outdoor activities including mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, 4-wheeling, and running. He has enjoyed participating in many recreational events. Some of these include the St. George Triathlons with BBSC of which the firm sponsored for many years. He has finished the St. George Marathon 7 times, and is a multi time LOTOJA finisher.  Brad has served in the community for many years with the Boy Scouts of America. Brad has also helped with the St. George Leadership Dixie program.  Currently, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Sutherland Institute whose goal it is to influence public policies that promote the constitutional values of faith, family and freedom.

Brad is excited about the future and appreciates the outstanding team who work with him.

Brad’s current memberships include:

  • The Utah Bar Association
  • The Nevada Bar Association
  • The Arizona Bar Association
  • The American Association for Justice
  • The Utah Association for Justice.

Brad is also a past President of the Southern Utah Bar Association and a past member of the Utah Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Professionalism.