Grant Morain is an attorney who prepares and tries cases for injured individuals. He represents people who have been injured due to the negligence of others. He has been in practice for about 25 years, representing plaintiffs for 20. Grant encourages resolving disputes amicably and promptly and does not believe in fighting unnecessary battles that are not winnable, but also recognizes that insurance companies sometimes refuse to pay fair compensation, making amicable resolution impossible. Therefore, the firm thoroughly prepares each case for trial before a judge or jury yet remains vigilant for opportunities to negotiate a settlement that will save clients time and money. Grant takes pride in being an effective trial lawyer on the side of people.
Grant Morain grew up in Ohio, where he played shortstop on his high school team. He is a co-founder of Backstop Ventures, LLC, which he formed to invest in baseball. Grant is the owner of the Savannah Gnats, who in 2016 moved to Columbia SC and became the Columbia Fireflies.
Grant is married to Kristine Morain, herself a practicing attorney with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (the national organization). He has a son who is a freshman at Georgia Tech and a daughter who is a freshman in high school at Greater Atlanta Christian School.
He graduated from Davidson College and Emory University School of Law.