Boyd has spent nearly two decades helping injured victims get justice. He has recovered millions of dollars for injured victims handling thousands of cases from the initial claim phase to resolution. While no one wants to go to trial when they get injured, the only way to get a fair settlement is by having a competent trial attorney.
In addition to taking dozens of cases to trial, Boyd has spent countless hours attending advanced trial advocacy courses to hone his abilities as a litigator. Boyd is one of the few attorneys in Nevada certified as a personal injury specialist. Boyd has been recognized by Martindale Hubbell with an AV Preeminent rating, the highest rating achievable. Boyd has also been also named an honoree by the publication Super Lawyers since 2018.
Boyd’s areas of practice include wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, trucking collisions, automobile collisions, slip and falls, trip and falls, animal attacks and injuries arising from unsafe or defective products.
Boyd is a member of the State Bar of Nevada and is on the Board of Governors for the Nevada Justice Association. Boyd has been a presenter for the State Bar of Nevada’s continuing legal education program on the topic of preparing and litigating soft tissue injury cases. In April 2008, Boyd became a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an organization which recognizes the top trial lawyers in America with less than 1% of U.S. lawyers as members.
Boyd was raised in Las Vegas and graduated from Western High School. Boyd received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern Utah University. Boyd received his Juris Doctorate from UNLV’s, William S. Boyd School of Law where he was a member of the prestigious Law Review.
Prior to becoming an attorney Boyd spent three years as an English teacher for the Clark County School District. Boyd enjoys spending time with his family, travelling, and watching sports.
Some of Boyd’s notable cases include:
$1.8 million dollars result for a wrongful death
$900,000 settlement for injuries sustained in a fall
$800,000 settlement for a slip & fall
$650,000 jury verdict for injuries caused by an improperly maintained ambulance
$300,000 pre-litigation settlement for pedestrian injured by an automobile
$300,000 settlement for a rear-end collision
$295,000 settlement from an insurance company that failed to timely pay the coverage limits
$200,000 at trial for a rear-end collision