Greg Scott

Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA
610 Skylight Office Tower 1660 West 2Nd Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
216-781-2600
www.lewlaw.com


Greg is an active member in numerous professional organizations, including the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ), The Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys (CATA), and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. He is a past president of the Cleveland Marshall Law Alumni Association, and is a Master of the Bench in the William K. Thomas Inn of Court, having served several times on its executive committee.

Married with two teenage children, Greg is an active member of his community in various leadership roles in civic and youth sport organizations. He enjoys sports, working out, the outdoors, and spending time with his family.

Litigation Percentage

90% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admission

Ohio Supreme Court, 1996
U.S. Supreme Court, 2013
USDC, Northern District of Ohio
USDC, Southern District of Michigan
USDC, Western District of Pennsylvania
USDC, Middle District of Pennsylvania

Education

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio - J.D. 1996
Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio - B.A. 1991

Honors and Awards

Ohio Super Lawyers 2010 - Present
Best Lawyers in America 2015 - Present

Professional Associations and Memberships

American Association for Justice (AAJ)
Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ)
Attorney Information Exchange Group (AIEG)
Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys (CATA)
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
William K. Thomas Inn of Court, Master of the Bench
Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association, Past President (2013-2014)

Recent Results

$5.6 million - family devastated by negligent driver in hit and run car accident
$3.1 million - woman who was paralyzed and later died as a result of a defect in her car seat
$1.85 million - man paralyzed in accident caused by drunk driver
$1.6 million - the estates of husband and wife killed in accident with truck
$1.4 million - the estate of man who died during simple surgery as a result of improper anesthesia
$1.2 million - the estates of husband and wife killed as a result of a negligently maintained gas line
$1.1 million - the estate of woman killed in car accident when her car airbag did not deploy
$875,000 - man severely injured in tumbling accident caused by poorly designed gymnastics facility
$850,000- man injured on construction site when stack of drywall fell on him because of construction worker negligence
$830,000 - man injured by drunk driver who was overserved alcohol by negligent restaurant employee
$500,000 - paid by client's former attorney who negligently failed to protect client's interests in prior business litigation
$550,000 - woman who's hand was partially crushed in defective punch press
$500,000 - parents of child who died because of doctor's mistakes during delivery
$450,000 - woman who fell and later died as a result of negligent nursing home employee

Gregory S. Scott Cases

$584,000 awarded to construction worker struck by construction vehicle
A Cuyahoga County jury awarded a $584,000 verdict to a construction worker who had been injured when he was struck by a construction vehicle. The verdict will be adjusted to reflect a finding of 30% fault on behalf of the worker. The case was tried by partners Ryan Fisher and Greg Scott.

Practice Areas:

Industrial and Construction Injuries | Personal Injury