What We Do

We are proud to be plaintiff’s trial lawyers. It is who we are and what we do. We represent people who have been injured. We sue insurance companies. We sue corporations. We do not represent big business – we represent you.

Litigating personal injury and insurance cases is not for the faint of heart and it is not for lawyers who primarily practice other types of law and dabble in personal injury cases. It requires tenacity, commitment, compassion, perseverance, and most of all, a willingness to fight for what is right. We have all of this – and more. We have more than 74 years of combined legal experience. We know how insurance companies and corporations work and we know how to try cases.

Some law firms take every client that comes to them, even if the cases are such that the end result is likely to be financially and emotionally disappointing for their clients.  Attorneys do very little of the work at those firms and the cases are sometimes resolved for less than they are worth.  At Nelson Boyd, we pride ourselves on a personalized approach to your case.  Attorneys work on your case and work with you to maximize your recovery and enhance your satisfaction with the outcome.

We know you are choosy. We are too. We do not accept every case that comes to us. We only take cases where we believe that our expertise will be a good fit with the client and where we can work collaboratively as a team to obtain the best result for you.

Jeff Boyd has tried over 100 civil jury trials to verdict, and we understand what is required to take litigation all the way through the trial process in order to obtain fair compensation for our clients. Jeff is a recognized expert who tries cases and teaches other lawyers how to better try their cases; he is the president of Boyd Trial Consulting, a member of the American Society of Trial Consultants, and is a “trial coach” for other attorneys.

Clients of Nelson Boyd benefit from Jeff’s expertise not only because they have a trial consultant as their lawyer, but also because they do not have to pay additional fees for Jeff to conduct a focus group, if necessary, on their case.