Gregory A. Reeves

I have been a trial lawyer for more than 20 years. My work is devoted to helping injured persons and I have successfully employed a ‘less is more’ approach, obtaining six figure verdicts. I was featured in Lawyer’s Weekly USA, noting this approach.

In 2008, I was elected to the Decatur City Council, a position that I held for 4 years, serving 2 years as President of the Council.

I believe in order to be a good lawyer, a person has to first be a good teacher. I have served as adjunct faculty at the Alabama School of Law and I teach trial skills as a member of the faculty at the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer’s College in Dubois, Wyoming.

I have known Greg Reeves for over 20 years. He is honest. He is hardworking and he is competitive. If I had one call to make for an injury case, it would be to Greg Reeves. - - Attorney Brian White

  • “Greg did an exceptional job with my injury case, he puts the outcome of his client first.”

    — B. Hanners

  • “After being in a car wreck, I contacted Greg Reeves. I trusted him completely and he never let me down. I would definitely refer anyone to him.”

    — Cindy Cole

  • “I was in a serious car wreck with my daughter. Without hesitation, we chose Greg to represent us … he worked tirelessly and we were blessed to have him on our side.”

    — S. Rice

  • “We not only felt we had a very good attorney but that he cared about us personally … I recommend him to anyone who needs a confident & knowledgeable lawyer.”

    — H. Salazar


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