J Gregory ("Greg") Webb helps injured people, dealing with personal injury, automobile accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, construction accidents, heavy equipment accidents, automobile defects, wrongful death, asbestos illnesses, and products liability (defective consumer or manufacturing products that injure or kill). After graduating from the University of Virginia in 1986, with a degree in Economics, Greg entered the United States Army for four years on active duty. Greg entered law school in 1992 and graduated from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond in 1995, where he was on the Law Review. Greg was admitted to the Virginia State Bar and Federal Courts in Virginia in 1995. Greg recently obtained one of the largest wrongful death verdicts ever in Virginia when an Albemarle County jury returned a $5.625 million verdict in a tractor-trailer crash that took the life of a 16-year-old high school honor student. He has tried many other cases to verdict in Virginia and New York. Greg was admitted to the West Virginia State Bar in 2001. He has been admitted pro hac vice in cases in New York and Florida that yielded settlements in the eight figures.
Named "Charlottesville's Best Lawyers Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs Lawyer of the Year 2012"
Member of Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Member of Best Lawyers in America 2010, 2011, 2012
Member of Super Lawyers 2010, 2011
Named by Best Lawyers in America as Charlottesville Personal Injury Lawyer of the Year, 2012
U.S. Army, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), 1986-1990, Platoon Leader 1987-1990
Professional Honors & Activities:
Admitted to Practice in Courts before United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, Virginia State Courts, and West Virginia State Courts.
Admitted pro hac vice to Supreme Court of New York County (Manhattan), New York.
Admitted pro hac vice to "The Supreme Court of New York, Bronx County" and the "United States District Court, Northern District of West Virginia."
Member of Grace Community Church (Presbyterian Church of America), Charlottesville, Virginia.
Board Member of Building-a-Bridge, a Charlottesville, Virginia non-profit organization devoted to providing assistance to persons with traumatic brain injuries.
Co-President 2012 and Board Member of Ronald McDonald House of Charlottesville, a non-profit organization providing low cost housing for pediatric patients and their families seeking treatment at the University of Virginia Medical Center.