"If I could give this gentleman a six-star review I would very well do that. After representing me after I was struck by a vehicle while riding my bike. He strongly voiced my opinion, represented me,and did me the greatest outcome that I never thought would even have been possible. If you ever have the chance to have this gentleman/ attorney represent you in your case then consider that a blessing. Matthew Boatman gets my highest honor and gratitude and a special thanks to you (MATT) for representing me at times that I couldn't represent myself. Greatly appreciated and thank you from the bottom of my hearth! I give you 6 star review!"
- Alex Bryan
"Matt Boatman represented me after I was injured in a bar fight while on the job. He coordinated everything with my workman’s comp and law enforcement. He got me a settlement number that I was happy with and aggressively pursued the at fault party. Matt also communicated with me every step of the way with updates on my case and was easily reachable. As frustrating as my situation was, Matt assured me he would handle it. Would highly recommend using G&K if you’re a victim of a crime."
- Christian M
“EXCELLENT! I can't imagine how difficult this would have been without Matthew Boatman and Gallagher & Kennedy in my corner. Matthew went above and beyond to ensure I was taken care of after the accident.” - Steve Porter
Matthew R. Boatman
Matt Boatman joined Gallagher & Kennedy’s Personal Injury & Wrongful Death group in 2013. Since coming to the firm, he has been a member of multiple trial teams in several high profile cases. He has been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers as a top 40 civil attorney under the age of 40 in Arizona.
Matt was part of the team in the Yarnell, Arizona Hotshot Firefighters’ survivors’ cases, complex medical malpractice cases that have reached multi-million dollar settlements and numerous large products liability cases, also resulting in multi-million dollar settlements. He is working closely with lead counsel in the multi-district product liability litigation against C.R. Bard, and in the Cook multi-district litigation for defective vena cava filters.» Full Bio