About King Gray

Legal Expertise in Memphis Personal Injury Cases

Who We Are & How We Work

King Gray is a personal injury law firm with years of combined experience within our area of expertise. We’ve represented thousands of clients over the past few decades get the justice they deserve. We are a family-owned firm located in Memphis, TN.

 

We pride ourselves on taking care of our clients and giving them that “personal touch” that other attorneys cant. Our mission includes taking a personal and active interest in the cases that we take on. We evaluate each case and get to know our clients on a personal level so that we can represent each case effectively.

Our Principles

The 3 pillars of King Gray have allowed us to represent our clients throughout the years. Our experience, reputation, and focus on you are paramount.

Experience

With over 30 years of combined experience, we have a proven track record of winning cases for our clients.

Reputation

King & Gray are names you can trust. We treat each case like we are dealing with members of our family.

Focused on You

From the moment you contact us until your day in court, we pay strict attention to the details of each case.

Brian King

Brian grew up in West Monroe, Louisiana, the son of an electrician and a phone company clerk. From his first job at age 14 as a bricklayer’s helper, Brian learned the value of hard work and the importance of doing things the right way. Brian worked his way through college at Louisiana Tech University, earning a degree in history with a minor in physics. Brian has played guitar since high school, and in his college days performed with several local bands. He earned his J.D. from Tulane University, where he graduated cum laude. Brian was elected to the Order of the Barristers at Tulane after winning the Senior Appellate Competition, a competition that involved several rounds of brief writing and oral argument, with the championship round held before the Louisiana Supreme Court. After law school, Brian clerked at the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal, working in the central staff handling criminal appeals, and later clerking for Judge William Norris. He followed that learning experience with three years as an assistant district attorney, where he handled everything from traffic tickets to first degree murder cases.

 

After that, Brian turned to private practice, and found his calling representing injured persons. He is devoted to fighting to make sure ordinary people get fair treatment from insurance companies and big corporations. Brian is licensed in all state and federal courts in Tennessee and Louisiana, as well as the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He has tried over 100 cases and considers it a privilege to stand up for his clients’ rights in any courtroom.

Daryl Gray

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.

 

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.