Grant P. Boston focuses his practice on catastrophic injury and wrongful death matters, including 18-wheeler accidents, premises liability, and cases involving workers’ compensation. A seasoned trial attorney who has both prosecuted and defended civil and criminal matters in both state and federal courts, Grant also has extensive experience in employment, bankruptcy, and criminal law.
Grant grew up on a working Brangus cattle ranch in central Texas and spent his summers hauling hay, building fences, and working with livestock. His father imparted him a strong work ethic which he tries to bring to his work at Hamilton Wingo. Those who have worked with Grant describe him as relentless and he describes himself as someone who won’t back down from a righteous fight. A committed advocate for his clients, Grant is always willing to follow a case wherever it leads him. However, he fully understands the stress that often comes with litigation and always works to close matters expeditiously while still accomplishing his clients’ goals. Those he represents have come to appreciate the emotional connection Grant has to his work and how he strives to tell their stories.
Grant attended Abilene Christian University, where he graduated cum laude. He then attended the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. He is licensed to practice in the State of Texas, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. When not in the office, Grant likes to stay active, whether he’s working out or taking part in local culture.