Greg focuses his practice in personal injury, civil litigation, real estate law, and bankruptcy. Before joining Collins & Hyman, Greg spent years working for insurance companies and big banks in litigation. In 2012, Greg joined one of the largest insurance defense firms in the nation in their Las Vegas office, where he represented national auto insurance companies, casinos, and local municipalities in a variety of civil litigation matters. He joined an elite team of litigators defending high-value product liability and bad-faith insurance claims. He handled a wide variety of personal injury cases ranging from police brutality to slip-and-falls to accidental discharge of firearms. Afterward, Greg worked at a mortgage banking firm, defending lenders in foreclosure, unfair debt practices, bankruptcy, and other banking related matters.
Since returning to Virginia, Greg has appeared in and conducted trials in courts up and down the peninsula, from King William County to Newport News to Virginia Beach. Greg graduated from the College of William and Mary School of Law in 2010. He has been an active participant in pro bono representation of children involved in the foster system due to neglect. He has a wife and four children.
- Commonwealth of Virginia
- Supreme Court of Virginia
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- Nevada District and Supreme Court
- U.S. Federal Court for the District of Nevada
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada
William and Mary School of Law, ’10
Brigham Young University, ’07
Bachelor or Arts, History, Magna Cum Laude