In particular, Greg has distinguished himself defending ophthalmologists in civil trials, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings. Over the years, Greg has successfully defended ophthalmic claims related to LASIK, ocular infection, uveitis, corneal disease, cataract surgery, retinal disease, and glaucoma.
Greg's experience also includes the defense of claims involving other medical specialties such as obstetrics and gynecology, urology, otolaryngology, orthopedics, oncology, radiology, and general surgery. Success has also been achieved at administrative hearings where attempts to impose discipline against doctors' licenses have failed.
In addition to professional negligence claims, Greg has successfully defended claims for health care fraud, battery, violations of the Consumers Legal Remedies Act, unfair business practices, wrongful termination, and punitive damages.
Greg is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Only the most qualified defense and plaintiff attorneys with courtroom experience are invited to join ABOTA.
Representative Matters Include:
- A defense verdict in favor of a LASIK surgeon facing punitive damages as part of a claim based on the Consumers Legal Remedies Act.
- The dismissal of an accusation filed by the Medical Board of California against an infertility specialist alleging billing fraud.
Greg's practice has allowed him to meet and work with many of the prominent ophthalmologists in the United States. His overall experience has proven advantageous time and time again when representing health care professionals.
Greg is married with two daughters and actively supports youth sports in his community. He currently sits on his community's Little League Softball Board and coaches girls softball and basketball teams.