Clayton Parry chose to become a lawyer because he “wanted to help people who didn’t know how to help themselves” when it came to handling legal matters.
“The law can be complicated, confusing and intimidating, and I wanted to change that for those I assist,” said Clayton, who enjoys solving clients’ problems. “Helping clients who have been injured requires unique problem-solving at times,” he said. “I enjoy the satisfaction and the relief my clients feel when I’m able to help them through a difficult time.”
Born and raised in Simi Valley, CA, near Los Angeles, Clayton earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and his juris doctorate at Texas Tech University School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Texas and in New Mexico and also is licensed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas and U.S. District Court for New Mexico.
Having served a two-year volunteer mission in Bulgaria in Eastern Europe, Clayton speaks Bulgarian as well as English.
His passion lies in “assisting those who have been injured or harmed through no fault of their own and helping them obtain the relief they deserve. I fight for our clients’ rights and make sure they get the representation I would want for me and my family.”
That family includes his wife, Danielle, whom he married in 2008, and their four young children.