Greg Crumpler focuses his legal practice on civil litigation matters relating to automobile tort cases, insurance coverage issues, premises liability actions, workers’ compensation claims, and appellate litigation. His experience extends to representing individuals, businesses, and insurance companies in the district and superior courts of North Carolina, before arbitration panels, and before the North Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
Greg also handles real estate litigation cases, litigation matters involving local government entities, and business and contract disputes. In addition, he has presented at continuing legal education courses and seminars. Greg also contributes pro bono services to the Guardian Ad Litem Program as a volunteer appellate counsel.
In his career, Greg has tried approximately fifty cases to a jury verdict, and has handled over eighty cases before the North Carolina appellate courts.
Greg served as a law clerk at the North Carolina Supreme Court, first clerking for Associate Justice Burley B. Mitchell, Jr. from 1984 to 1985, and then for Associate Justice Louis B. Meyer from 1985 to 1986. Greg joined Battle, Winslow, Scott & Wiley, P.A. in 1986, and has practiced with the Firm since that time.
More About Greg
- J.D., Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Campbell University (Cum. Laude), 1984
- B.A. University of North Carolina (With Honors), 1981
- North Carolina 1984
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
- North Carolina Bar Association
- North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys (Board of Directors 2006-2009)
Awards & Recognitions
- Campbell University Law Review, Staff Member 1982-1984, Research Editor 1983-1984
- Law Clerk to Justice Burley B. Mitchell, Jr., North Carolina Supreme Court, 1984-1985
- Law Clerk to Justice Louis B. Meyer, North Carolina Supreme Court, 1985-1986