Greg litigates traumatic brain injuries and other complex personal injury and psychological injury claims as a member of the traumatic brain injury, commercial transportation, and products liability teams. His fluency with medical and scientific concepts enables him to evaluate risks and identify opportunities presented by cases with technical evidence and to develop strategies for using that evidence to clients’ advantage.
Greg’s approach to these one-of-a-kind complex-injury cases he handles is anything but boilerplate. He develops a detailed understanding of evidence and issues specific to each case; masters essential medical issues, methods, and terminology being addressed by opposing experts; undertakes a thorough analysis of medical causation; and crafts a detail-oriented strategy to leverage facts and law to determine how to translate the client’s best case to judge and jury. Greg’s depositions of opponents’ experts are guided by his case-specific approach, designed to support Daubert admissibility challenges, and informed by his significant experience with issues of neuroimaging, neuropsychological assessments, medication effects, and course of treatment in traumatic brain injury cases.
Greg regularly publishes and speaks to major industry organizations around the country on current issues in traumatic brain injury litigation. He consults with attorneys nationwide on expert witness selection, expert witness depositions, and preparation of pre-trial evidentiary motions on the admissibility of expert witness testimony and scientific evidence. As proof of Greg’s public speaking and advocacy skills, he argued a case before the Supreme Court of Ohio the day after his admission to the bar—and won.