Firmly Grounded Highly Innovative

Niles Barton started in 1838, but our energy and innovative thinking creates the momentum that keeps us moving forward.

Our belief is that tradition does not have to frustrate innovation. While we’re an established firm with a long-standing history, we’re also constantly evolving, taking a dynamic and forward-thinking approach to the way we practice law, develop solutions and serve our clients.

At Niles Barton, we seek not only to be a trusted partner with our clients, but an inspired one. Through creative thinking and candid dialogue, we’re driven to find better approaches to solving our clients’ problems, better answers to their issues and better ways to serving their needs.

  • When looking for legal counsel, we consider the attorney’s reputation and professionalism, which is why I can confidently recommend the firm of Niles, Barton & Wilmer.

    Mark Greenwald
    Property Claims Manager, Catholic Mutual Group
  • Niles Barton held my hand every step of the way. Their preparation strategically set up our case so we got the resolution we wanted without going to court. They are a good team with lots of talent, but their character and personality make all the difference. I knew I was in good hands when the other side complimented me on my team of lawyers.

    Alfonso Washington
    President, AWA Mechanical, Inc.
  • Over the years, Niles, Barton & Wilmer has represented Brethren Mutual and our clients in matters involving liability defense, property defense, employment, and personnel issues. They have counseled us on many complex and sensitive matters, and we have always found their attorneys and staff to be helpful, responsive, and cost-effective.

    Michael W. Brashears
    Chairman of the Board and CEO, Brethren Mutual Insurance Group

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