Christian is passionate about providing a high level of service, establishing strong attorney-client relationships, and helping clients win. Christian chose to be a plaintiff lawyer because the career allows him to have a positive impact on people’s lives.
Christian grew up in the Las Vegas valley, graduated from Green Valley High School, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University. He later attended the University of Cincinnati College of Law on an academic scholarship. While in law school, Christian served on Immigration and Nationality Law Review, one of only two major student-edited American law journals focusing on immigration law. He spent his summers in law school working for the Cincinnati Prosecutor’s Office, where he used his Ohio Legal Intern Certificate to obtain valuable research, writing, and courtroom experience.
Christian moved back to Las Vegas after law school and passed the Nevada Bar Exam a few months later. He began his career as an associate attorney for a Las Vegas personal injury law firm. He also participated in the State Bar of Nevada’s Transitioning Into Practice (“TIP”) Program for new attorneys where he met Adam, who was appointed as Christian’s mentor. Christian and Adam kept in touch over the years that followed until Christian eventually joined Adam Smith Law.
Throughout his career, Christian has represented a variety of clients in state and federal court, from individuals to large international corporations. His legal experience includes personal injury, car accidents, premises liability, product liability, medical malpractice, contract disputes, estate planning, and mortgage banking law. Earlier in his career, Christian practiced insurance defense, which provided him with insight into the insurance companies he now fights against.
When he is not working, Christian enjoys reading novels, playing the latest AAA games, golfing, traveling, and spending time with his family.