Brent M. Ferrel, Esq., is a native New Mexican, born in Las Cruces New Mexico. Mr. Ferrel spent his childhood in Albuquerque. After graduating from Valley High School in 1998, he enlisted in the United States Army and became a paratrooper. A year after arriving in his regular unit, Brent was one of five men in his battalion to earn the coveted Expert Infantryman’s Badge; a symbol of tactical and technical proficiency.
It was with the 82nd Airborne Division that Mr. Ferrel served in Kosovo as a radiotelephone operator on a scout sniper team. Following his service with the Army, Brent enrolled at Campbell University and enlisted in the North Carolina Army National Guard. After completing his first semester of college, he was deployed to Afghanistan.
Upon his return to North Carolina, Mr. Ferrel continued his studies at Campbell University and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration. In 2006, Mr. Ferrel returned home to attend the University Of New Mexico School Of Law. While in Law School, Mr. Ferrel was one of four students to win a spot on the University of New Mexico School of Law 2009 National Trial Competition Team.
Since his 2009 graduation, Mr. Ferrel has handled cases involving product liability, mass tort, medical malpractice, auto accidents, premise liability/ slip & fall, nursing home neglect/ abuse, truck wrecks, and wrongful death.