Our Team

Why You Need An Accident Lawyer

At Cross Border Law, we take a trial-focused approach to all of our cases. To our clients, this means that we will be thoroughly prepared no matter the complexity of the case. Our goal will be to work hand-in-hand with the insurance carriers to reach a beneficial settlement without the added stress of a trial. If a settlement cannot be reached, we are confident in our ability to represent our clients in a courtroom setting.


Founded in 1995, Cross Border Law fills a distinct need — the ability to represent clients in either the United States or Canada. If you live in one country and suffer a serious injury while visiting another country, the legal process can be confusing and complicated. We are proud to have the ability to provide legal guidance no matter which side of the border you were injured.

We invite you to learn more about the education and accomplishments of our lawyers by reading their detailed bios.

  • Greg Samuels

Legal Assistant:

  • Kathryn McDonald


Through the history of our practice, we have built a respectable stable of industry experts who can be called upon to offer advice, insight or testimony when needed.

In addition to our wide-ranging personal injury practice, we are proud to offer immigration representation to our clients. Contact a lawyer by calling either of our offices or sending us an email.

Greg Samuels

Firm Founder

The founder of Cross Border Law, Mr. Samuels has made a name for himself by taking on challenging cases rejected by other firms. He loves going to court and enjoys the spectacle of court room action. He appreciates the opportunity to relate his clients’ story to the jury.

Kathryn McDonald

Kathryn McDonald At Cross Border Law, we are fortunate to have a real expert in Kathryn McDonald, our cross border paralegal. Versed in the unique Superior Court and District Court local rules of several dozen Washington counties, Kathryn keeps our wheels in motion. She’s also well-versed in ICBC’s rules and regulations for Part 7 (no-fault…