Your California Legal Partner
David Gray has been a member of the Georgia Bar Association since 1991 and the California Bar Association since 1996. He spent his years as an attorney practicing workers’ compensation and personal injury law and has recovered millions of dollars for people injured in accidents. David built his reputation on integrity and honesty with his clients by telling them the truth instead of what they wanted to hear, and working with his clients to arrive at the best possible outcome for their situation.
About David S. Gray
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, David earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy with honors from the University of Wisconsin in 1979. He was initiated into Phi Eta Sigma honor society. During his undergrad years, David volunteered reading for the blind at the Red Cross. He received his J.D. at Western State University College of Law in San Diego, CA. Currently, David is a member of the California Bar Association and the Georgia Bar Association. He is also a member of the California Applicant Attorneys Association (CAAA) and the California Association of Attorneys Los Angeles (CAALA). David has volunteered for the Superior Court of Los Angeles as a settlement officer for the court’s alternative dispute resolution (ADR) division. He also served as a “Pro Tem” volunteer court commissioner in Indio. David also served as a Small Claims Court advisor and a claims adjuster at State Farm Insurance in matters of bodily injury, personal damages, catastrophic losses and property damage. David’s personal interests include spending time with his wife of 27 years, traveling, and sharing memories with his children.
30Years of Experience
David Gray is Your Premier Partner for Legal Services
Our team takes its job seriously. We take pride in being aggressive litigators who exhibit integrity and honesty, keeping our clients well informed, and catering to their needs. We don’t treat our clients as “just another case,” but instead provide each client with individual attention from the initial consultation through the end of the settlement process or trial.