Gregorio V. Silva is a trial lawyer who devotes his practice to representing plaintiffs in Nevada, California and Arizona in complex civil litigation cases involving claims of personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, and product liability. Mr. Silva is dedicated to helping victims and their families obtain maximum compensation following a catastrophic injury or death as a result of the reckless, negligent, or intentional misconduct of others.
Prior to joining Panish Shea & Boyle LLP, Mr. Silva served as an attorney for an insurance defense firm focusing on complex civil matters including construction defects, premises liability, wrongful death, business litigation and insurance coverage/bad faith litigation.
Mr. Silva is an active member of the Nevada Justice Association and has been recognized by both Nevada Legal Services as well as the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada for his countless hours of dedication to Pro Bono representation. He is also a member of the Howard D. McKibben American Inn of Court in Nevada and has volunteered his time and expertise to assist United States military veterans with legal matters.
A native of California, Mr. Silva is a member of the State Bars of Nevada, California and Arizona and is licensed to practice law in the Federal District Court of Nevada. He received his law degree, graduating cum laude, from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas where he also received his Bachelor of Arts degree.
When not practicing law, Mr. Silva enjoys running. participating in marathons and home brewing with his fiancé.
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