Kevin Neal practices in the area of civil litigation, with an emphasis on aviation law, medical malpractice, product liability, wrongful death, and personal injury. Kevin has handled cases for clients in some of the largest lawsuits litigated in Arizona. He represents clients in claims and suits arising out of a variety of issues.
Kevin Neal is a trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience before judges, juries, and arbitrators. Although he has tried many cases, Kevin focuses on global resolution through alternative dispute resolution. He also advises clients on dealing with the aftermath of catastrophic events.
Kevin is admitted to practice before all Arizona State Courts, the United States District Court for Arizona, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has represented clients throughout Arizona, as well as in New Mexico, Nevada, California, Texas, Alabama, and Georgia.
Kevin Neal is a member of the Arizona State Bar, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. He has also earned the prestigious AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is a frequent lecturer on legal matters before both professional legal organizations and the public.
Kevin is a graduate of the University of Kansas and Arizona State University College of Law. He is a resident of Scottsdale, Arizona and serves as a Judge Pro Tem for the City. Kevin is a member of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Advisory Posse, the Explorers Club and he is involved with several local charities.
He not only helps his clients achieve fair and full compensation for catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims, but he also tries to transform those tragedies into constructive change to prevent similar disasters in the future. That is because he believes, as a lawyer, it is important to be a positive influence in his community. So his work doesn’t start with a lawsuit any more than it ends with a settlement or verdict.
Catastrophic personal injuries and wrongful death can impact the whole structure of a client’s life, not just finances. He helps people who have suffered unthinkable tragedy, but his work goes well beyond financial compensation. He feels a social obligation to do what he can to help ensure preventable injuries and death aren’t recurring tragedies; that work is not limited to the courtroom.