Greg Ziegler is a trial lawyer and legal advisor with over two decades of experience aggressively representing businesses, insurance carriers and professionals in complex litigation, contract negotiations, and business transactions throughout Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Louisiana.
A leader in his profession and in his firm, Greg heads a 15-member team of legal professionals resolutely focused on implementing proactive and efficient approaches designed to achieve the swift, economical, and favorable resolution of disputes. Greg and his team believe that effective representation and solid attorney-client relationships are built on foundations of close and candid communication, including the timely provision of clear and concise written reports, and creative and innovative solutions to his clients’ legal challenges.
Greg has successfully handled multi-party lawsuits and arbitrations involving construction law, architects and engineers liability, highway design and construction, federal government projects, employment law, business and commercial law, products liability, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, medical malpractice and health facility/nursing homes, premises liability, transportation liability, and commercial and real estate transactions.
Greg’s clients include some of the largest and most well-respected firms and insurers in the nation, and he has served as lead counsel for design firms, products manufacturers, property owners, medical professionals, and transportation providers in death, severe personal injury, and significant property and casualty cases.
A collegiate quarterback at the University of Michigan and Southern Methodist University, where he obtained his undergraduate degree, Greg earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
Greg is a member of the bar in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. He is admitted to practice law in all Texas state and federal courts as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the U.S. Supreme Court.University of Oklahoma College of Law Practice Court Award, 1993Recipient, Albert C. Hunt Practice Court Award, 1993Southern Methodist University Football Alumni Association Award of Recognition for Personal Integrity and Courage, 1990.
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