Brian G. Grayson is the founder of the Grayson Law Office and is a proud December 2006 graduate of The University of New Mexico School of Law. Brian has been practicing law since being admitted to the New Mexico Bar in April 2007, and has been fortunate to learn from some of the best and most well-known attorneys in New Mexico before striking out on his own.. As a cancer survivor and amputee, Brian has a unique perspective and understanding of the issues faced by his seriously injured and disabled clients.
As a law student, Brian had the privilege of working as a decision writer for the Social Security Administration and all of the Administrative Law Judges at the Albuquerque Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. Then, Brian obtained his first job in civil practice at the law firm of Guebert, Bruckner and Bootes (now Guebert Bruckner Gentile) where he had the privilege of learning from Chris Delara, Terry Guebert, Don Bruckner, Ramona Bootes, Daniel Buttram, and Marcus Garcia. Then, Brian worked at the law firm of Bauman, Dow & Leon, where he had the honor of working with and learning from Chris Bauman, Mark Dow, Alberto Leon, Simone Seiler, and Deb Stambaugh. Brian then worked at Keller & Keller, where he had the pleasure of working with and learning from Andy Ray, Chris Supik, Michael Duran, Dan Goodwin, Jim Keller, and Randy Juergensen on numerous interesting and exciting high-profile cases.
Brian has two multi-million dollar verdicts to his credit, having been part of the trial team in the case of Muncey v. Eyeglass World, LLC, 2012-NMCA-120, which was subsequently upheld on appeal, and Quintana v. Serna, D-202-CV-2018-00066, where Brian obtained a $6,000,000 verdict on behalf of the family who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend.
Brian is a proud member of both the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and former member of the Criminal Justice Act Panel for the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, and practices before the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Brian also travels to other states to assist the disabled, as he has done disability hearings in 13 different states over the years.
Brian is also a proud Arizona State Sun Devil. Brian met his wife Stephanie (an Albuquerque native and La Cueva graduate) while attending ASU. Brian and Stephanie have 3 daughters, Emily, Audrey, and Julie, who are very active and very adept in soccer, gymnastics, and tomfoolery.