About Grahame McNevin
Arizona State Law School
Personalized Representation is our Passion.
Grahame is an associate attorney at Accident Law Group, primarily focusing on pre-litigation of personal injury claims. Born in Canada, he moved to Arizona for the beautiful weather and was admitted to practice law here in 2022. Before joining the ALG team, he graduated first in his class from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science with an Honors Specialization in Mathematics. Later he obtained his Juris Doctor from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University where he graduated cum laude.
While in law school, Grahame competed in the Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The team placed in the top 64 out of more than 300 teams from around the world. Grahame also served as an editor for Jurimetrics, the journal of law, science, and technology. His essay American Purgatory, which advocates for immigration reform and a path to citizenship for the millions of undocumented immigrants living in America, was published in the Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy in 2021.
When not working, Grahame leads an active lifestyle with hobbies including motorcycle riding, fencing, surfing, and rock climbing.
Here at Accident Law Group, our entire firm handles only accident/injury cases. 100% of our work is building, arguing, and winning injury cases just like yours. It is what our founding partners named the firm, because accidents are all we focus on.
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ATTORNEYS COST TOO MUCH MONEY AND I CAN’T
The personal injury client is afraid they are going to have to pay the attorney up front (a retainer). We end that fear! Accident Law Group works on a contingency basis. What does that mean? Put simply we don’t get paid until the case settles. WE WAIT TO GET PAID!!
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