Greg Thomas, Attorney and Counselor

Title: Attorney and Counselor
Company: Greg Thomas, P.C.
Location: Dallas, Texas, United States

Greg Thomas, Attorney and Counselor at Greg Thomas, P.C., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil and trial law.

Since 1986, Mr. Thomas has practiced independently as Greg Thomas, P.C., a Dallas-based law office specializing in estate planning, personal injury and wrongful death suits, and nursing home negligence cases in addition to trial law. He took a nontraditional path to a career in law: the son of an attorney, he had been exposed to the field for much of his life, and began his studies at the University of Texas. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977, Mr. Thomas elected to study commercial concrete installation and briefly worked in the field, ultimately reinforcing his desire to pursue law. He earned his Juris Doctor at St. Mary’s University in 1982 and was admitted to practice law by the state bar of Texas the same year.

Mr. Thomas started his legal career as a Dallas County district attorney and moved into private practice in 1986 as a partner of Thomas, Neilon & Griffin. In 1996, the firm became Thomas & Neilon, where Mr. Thomas would continue to practice until 2002. During this period, he handled several precedent-setting cases involving nursing homes, liability, and injury to the elderly, work he considers to be a career highlight.

Since 1991, Mr. Thomas has held an AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rating. He attributes his success to the hard work that he puts into advocating for his clients and to his record of largely successful results in court, and looks forward to continuing to serve his clients to the best of his ability for years to come. Mr. Thomas is a frequent speaker at conferences and panels and is a former member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the American Trial Lawyers Association.

 

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