A history of hard work
During his summers in college, Grant worked as a wild-land firefighter, traveling the western United States on a hotshot crew. He continued on as a firefighter after graduating, working as a sawyer and squad-boss.
The conditions were sometimes brutal, dangerous and often they wouldn’t get to speak to family and friends for days and sometimes weeks. Sometimes he worked up to 18 days straight in the rugged and remote mountainous country, where he packed a heavy chainsaw up and down those mountains to cut fire line in the fight against raging forest fires.
Beyond lessons on hard work and earning a hard day’s pay, wildland firefighting taught him the importance of dependability, trust, and accountability in a dangerous, but necessary job. Those lessons carried on with Grant through law school and into his practice as an attorney as he often has clients with tough and dangerous jobs.
After graduating from law school in 2007, Grant furthered his education and skills by graduating from the Trial Lawyer’s College located on the beautiful Thunderhead Ranch outside of Dubois, Wyoming. In 2013, Grant was acknowledged as one of the Top 40 Lawyers under the age of 40 years old. Grant has worked extremely hard to become an exceptional trial lawyer and known as a fierce advocate for his clients. Each year he returns to the Trial Lawyers College to work with some of the brightest minds and greatest lawyers in all of America.
Grant has built his career fighting for those who have been injured and for the the families of those wrongfully killed due to the fault of others. If you need my help with your case, please send me a message. A small sample of the types of cases he’s won are: