The Gregory Law Group focuses almost entirely on representing plaintiffs in medical negligence, personal injury, and wrongful death cases.
Over the last 25 years, the firm has represented hundreds of persons who were injured as a result of medical negligence by physicians, nurses, and other medical providers. The firm has successfully litigated medical negligence and wrongful death cases against hospitals, nursing homes, medical groups, and medical device manufacturers.
Our legal team prides itself in developing close relationships with our clients and being accessible. We look forward to working with you and helping you receive a favorable outcome.
Robert Gregory | Attorney
Robert Gregory first began practicing law in California in 1995, where he focused on corporate law. After moving to Arizona in 2000, Robert became licensed in Arizona and began practicing employment law and medical malpractice. He has successfully represented hundreds of people during his 25 years as an attorney, including over 1,000 in two class action law suits that resulted in a major victory against the employer who sought to take away the employees' medical insurance benefits after they retired.
Robert has an extensive background in the medical field, having spent his undergraduate college education earning a degree in Pre-Medicine, and having completed an internship at Long Beach Veterans Memorial Hospital, where he worked in the cardiology unit. Robert's current practice focuses almost entirely on medical negligence, personal injury, dog bite cases, medical devices, and wrongful death.
| Professional Licensure
Robert is licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Arizona, in the United States District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Robert is also licensed to practice in all courts in the State of California.
Bachelor in Science 1985
Bachelor in Science - Pre-Medicine: Brigham Young University
Master in Business Administration 1990
Master in Business Administration: Pepperdine University
Juris Doctor 1995
Juris Doctor: Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School (1995)