Boone Cragun

Attorney Boone Cragun Offices: Maryvale and Avondale
School: Boone earned his bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and a law degree from University of Oklahoma College of Law

Boone Cragun was born and raised in northern Utah. After a two-year religious sabbatical in the Philippines, Boone attended Weber State University in Ogden, Utah where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance in 2003. He continued his education in Oklahoma and graduated with a law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2006.

While in law school, Boone served as the Articles Editor for the American Indian Law Review and published an article addressing sacred site protection and the Arizona Snowbowl (A Snowbowl Déjà Vu: The Battle between Native American Tribes and the Arizona Snowbowl Continues. American Indian Law Review, 30(1), 165-183.)

From 2007 through 2017, Boone was employed with Farmers Insurance in Las Vegas, Nevada as a trial attorney where he tried over 30 cases to verdict. During his time with Farmers insurance, Boone successfully defended his clients in personal injury and negligence actions. Boone’s experience and time with Farmers Insurance provides him with knowledge of how insurance companies evaluate personal injury and negligence cases.

Boone became a member of the State Bar of Arizona in 2011 and has been litigating cases in Arizona since that time. He joined Goldberg & Osborne in 2017 practicing personal injury law with the Goodyear and Maryvale offices.

When not in the office, Boone spends his time with his wife and three kids.

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