Daryl Gray Serving His Clients and His Community

Justice is the firm and continuous desire to render everyone that which is his due.
Saint Justinian, 560 A.D.

A passion for justice and his desire to serve as a champion for innocent victims has driven Daryl Gray’s career.

The legal process can feel intimidating and overwhelming. Daryl works to provide comfort and closure to his clients and to answer their questions so they can have peace of mind. As he says: “There is no better feeling than having a person trust you enough to be their problem solver; it gives our firm purpose.”

Daryl has fought for clients against some of the largest companies in the world and recovered millions on their behalf. He has a proven record of obtaining settlements and awards for clients, including a $1,745,000 settlement in a wrongful death case.

Daryl knows exactly what it takes to get you the compensation you deserve. You may be in physical or emotional pain, frustrated and confused. You may be afraid. He gets it.

First, he’ll help you understand the process. Then he’ll take strong steps to preserve your rights and do what is in your best interest as quickly as possible. He calls this The Gray Way.

You’ll call it justice and you deserve nothing less than that. We have built a powerful reputation in the community, and we will ensure you receive justice and start recovering, physically and financially.
On a personal note, Daryl loves spending time with his wife and children and working in the community for several civic and trial attorney organizations, such as: The Urban League of Greater New Orleans, New Orleans Regional Black Chamber of Commerce, New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, New Orleans Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Memphis Bar Association, The Greater New Orleans Martinet Society, The Louisiana Association of Justice and The Tennessee Association of Justice.

Daryl also is committed to giving back to his law school, Loyola of New Orleans College of Law, where he was recently honored as an “Outstanding Alumnus” by the College’s Black Law Student Association chapter.

“At the end of the day,” says Daryl, “Your life should be your legacy, so I strive to do the right thing by the people I know and have yet to meet.”

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