Founded on a Mutual Commitment to Helping the Seriously Injured
Attorneys Mark Gray and Matt White met through a mutual friend who was a lawyer on the other side of a case. Mr. Gray and Mr. White have shared a common philosophy about the practice of law. Gray & White Law was built with a commitment to professionalism, to building trust and long-term relationships with clients, and to representing only the clients who have been seriously injured so that personal attention could be provided to every client.
Our Louisville law firm represents personal injury victims in catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims arising from truck and automobile accidents, medical malpractice, aviation disasters, and defective product cases. The firm also handles class actions and multi-district litigation throughout Kentucky and the United States.
Louisville Is Home
Both Mr. Gray and Mr. White consider Louisville to be home. Mr. Gray is proud and humbled to serve the Louisville community where he has lived and practiced law for more than fifteen years. Mr. White was born and raised in Louisville. He went to school here, he raised his own family here, and he has also practiced law here for more than fifteen years.
Nationally Recognized for Success as Top Trial Lawyers
Year after year, our lawyers are selected by influential state and national publications as among the top in the nation. The Louisville-based law firm of Gray & White Law has won some of the largest personal injury verdicts and settlements in Kentucky for its clients. In addition, our lawyers are among the few litigators in the region to successfully prosecute class actions in both state and federal courts throughout the United States.
Attorney Mark Gray and Attorney Matthew White have been recognized by leading national legal organizations for their contributions to their profession and for their success for their clients.
Mark Gray is recognized as:
- “Seriously Outstanding” by Super Lawyers—a designation given to only five percent of member attorneys every year.
- A top 100 trial lawyer by National Trial Lawyers.
Matthew White is rated by Super Lawyers in addition to be recognized as:
- A top 100 trial lawyer, according to National Trial Lawyers.
- Part of the Top 40 Under 40, according to National Trial Lawyers.
- Given an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau.
Most importantly, both Mr. Gray and Mr. White are routinely thanked by the clients they have helped in our community.
Complex Cases Demand Serious Lawyers
Very few law firms handle the types of cases we handle, and fewer still handle them the way that we do. We have the financial resources and the reputation necessary to find and retain the expert witnesses that our clients need. Our firm is known to consistently take on the most difficult and demanding personal injury and class action cases, often winning millions of dollars in compensation for our clients.
Clients of Gray & White Law do not just hire an attorney. Instead, they hire the entire firm—including all of our lawyers, our paralegals, and our staff nurse. We handle a low volume of cases so that we can provide comprehensive representation to each of our seriously injured clients, and we work as a team on every case to provide focused and personal representation.
We also build long-term relationships based on trust with each our clients. Our clients’ calls are always returned and our clients are confident in how their cases are being handled. We have the resources available to make sure that all of our clients’ questions are answered and to make sure that our clients focus on their health and physical recoveries while we fight for their financial recoveries through the legal system.
With a reputation for taking the toughest cases over the past few decades, the lawyers at Gray & White Law always welcome a challenge and thrive on hard work. With many record-setting wins, the firm continues to strive towards better results. Year after year, the firm’s lawyers fight for their clients and often take on tough cases that other firms refuse to take.
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