Boyd Moss has been helping injured victims for over twelve years. In June 2002, while still attending law school, Boyd started as a law clerk for what later became one of the largest personal injury firms in Nevada. Since becoming an attorney in 2004, Boyd’s practice has focused exclusively in helping injured victims. He has handled well over a thousand cases from the initial claim phase to resolution, including countless arbitrations and mediations as well as several jury trials.
Boyd’s areas of practice include: automobile collisions, wrongful death, trucking 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, the American Bar Association, the American Justice Association, and 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 previously named to the National Trial Lawyers top 40 under 40 and is currently recognized in The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 in the country.
Boyd was raised in Las Vegas and has lived in the valley since 1974 graduating from Western High School in 1990. Boyd received his Associate of Science Degree from Dixie College in St. George, Utah, in 1994 and then his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern Utah University, in 1997. In 2003 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 and was an assistant wrestling coach on four state championship teams. In his free time, 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
- $800,000 settlement for a slip & fall
- $286,000 judgment for a negligent security case
Marcus was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Maryland. He graduated from Tulane University in 2001 with a double major in Finance and Information Systems. In 2005, he earned his Juris Doctorate from Tulane University Law School. Marcus moved to Las Vegas in 2006 and became an attorney at one of Nevada’s largest Insurance Defense law firms. Marcus focused in the areas of General Liability Defense, Corporate Law and Intellectual Property for three years prior to joining one of the largest Personal Injury law firms in Las Vegas to help injured victims get the compensation they were entitled to.
Marcus currently focuses his practice on fighting for the rights of people injured in automobile accidents, trip and falls, slip and falls, as well as worker’s compensation claims. Marcus is admitted to practice in the Federal Districts of Nevada and Colorado. Marcus is a member of the Nevada and Clark County Bar Associations, the Nevada Justice Association and the American Justice Association. Marcus was recently admitted to the United States Supreme Court Bar. Marcus has the highest distinction amongst attorneys with an AV Preeminent rating based on the reviews of his peer attorneys in Las Vegas. Marcus has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star, Top 40 Under 40 and Top 100 Lawyers in Nevada by The National Trial Lawyers , as well as Legal Elite in Las Vegas by Nevada Business Magazine.
Marcus has successfully litigated numerous cases. Once, over the span of 3 months, Marcus successfully obtained 3 Plaintiff jury verdicts at trial. Additionally, Marcus has won hundreds of arbitration hearings and workers’ compensation hearings.
Marcus enjoys playing softball, tennis and poker and is an avid sports fan.
Some notable recoveries Marcus has obtained on behalf of his clients recently include:
- $600,000 for the victim of an overturned semi-truck accident
- $500,000 for an injury to a child caused by a homeowner’s negligence
- $265,000 for a rear end collision victim resulting in a lumbar disc injury
- $250,000 for the victim of a rear end collision resulting in a brain injury
- $145,000 for a workers’ compensation injury
- $100,000 for a teenager hit in a crosswalk
We are committed to make sure your rights are protected, and to do what is best for you. Whether it is dealing with insurance companies, workers’ compensation claims, or with those who injured you, we strive to obtain the best result for you, including the highest possible compensation for you and your loved ones.