Mr. Greene has represented coaches and players in the National Football League (NFL) and Major League Baseball (MLB) who have been victims of personal injuries. In 2001, after winning a trial on liability, he recovered $11,200,000 for the family of David Griggs, the former Miami Dolphins player who died in an automobile accident in Broward County, Florida.
He has received the highest distinction of an AV® rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, which recognizes Mr. Greene as possessing “Very High-Preeminent” legal ability with “Very High” ethical standards. Additionally, he is a member of the prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum whose membership is limited to trial lawyers who have achieved a trial verdict or settlement in the amount of $1,000,000 or more. Mr. Greene is widely known in South Florida, as he cohosted the TV program “Your Legal Rights” and lectures throughout the state of Florida on various legal issues.
Mr. Greene’s work is a living memorial to his sister, Leslie, who was seriously injured in a 1998 auto accident and later died due to the negligence of a nursing home. He has established a foundation, which benefits those who have sustained traumatic brain injuries and other accident-related injuries, to honor the memory of his sister.
Mr. Greene graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, in 1989. He attended St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida, where he received his law degree in 1993. He is one of the first lawyers in the country to have completed Harvard University’s National College of Driving Under the Influence Defense.
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