Arbitration defense verdict for Ford Motor Company in July 2017
Greg Schuck is driven to see justice served. Life may not always be fair, but there is a right side and wrong side to every argument, and Greg’s clients can always count on him to do what’s right on their behalf. Concentrating on product liability, trucking, medical device, complex/class action litigation and electronic discovery, Greg brings an engineering expertise that few attorneys can claim. In addition to serving clients primarily in the Southeastern United States, Greg is admitted to practice throughout the State of Alabama as well as before the United States Supreme Court.
Since joining the firm in 1994, Greg has tried over 35 cases to verdict, handling matters in State and Federal courts in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. For every client and each case, Greg is prepared, competitive and committed. By providing big picture, strategic thinking and dedicated personal attention, Greg becomes more than his client’s lawyer, he becomes their partner.
When he’s not working, Greg enjoys playing golf, hunting and spending most of his free time with his two children.
Greg earned his BS from The University of Alabama and his JD from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.
Bar & Court Admissions
Alabama State Bar
United States Supreme Court
United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama
Alabama Defense Lawyers Association
Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association
American Bar Association
Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
Birmingham Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
Society of Automotive Engineers
Defense verdict for Ford Motor Company on March 2, 2017, in Seminole County, Florida
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Distinctions & Contributions
Listed by The Best Lawyers in America for Product Liability Litigation - Defendants since 201602
Co-author of “The Application of Seat Belt Laws in Automotive Trials”, For the Defense (DRI), December 200903
Frequently lectures in the areas of trial skills, product liability and electronic discovery