Attorney Rachel Gusman

Graves McLain is proud to announce that one of its distinguished junior partners, Rachel Gusman, Esq., has been selected by her peers to serve as the Chair of the Minority Caucus of the American Association for Justice (AAJ). For almost three decades, the Minority Caucus has continued to recommend and develop educational opportunities, networking programs,…

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Chad McLain on Good Day Tulsa 6/13/19

June has been declared National Safety Month by the National Safety Council (NSC). Thousands of organizations across the nation use this observance to highlight the leading causes of serious injuries or death in many facets of our lives. With this in mind, attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain visited KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa on June…

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March 2017 is Traumatic Brain injury Awareness Month graphic

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States, contributing to approximately 30% of all injury deaths. Whether one suffers from a brain injury due to a workplace accident, car crash, fall, sports-related injury or any situation, the consequences can be devastating and life-altering. March is…

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Xray of Spinal Cord

Every year thousands of Americans experience a spinal cord injury. These injuries are devastating and can cause both physical and emotional distress. And the cost of care for a spinal cord related injury is very expensive. Approximately 12,000 new cases of spinal cord injury occur each year, not including those who die due to a…

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It is with great pleasure that the Tulsa County Bar Association names W. Chad McLain as the 2014 recipient of the Gary C. Clark Distinguished Service Award. This award is given to those who have provided extraordinary service to the Bar and for distinguished contributions to the legal profession. Chad has truly provided extraordinary service…

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