J. Gregory Webb
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J. Gregory Webb, an attorney with Michie Hamlett, helps injured people who are dealing with personal injury, automobile accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, construction accidents, heavy equipment accidents, automobile defects, wrongful death, products liability (defective consumer or manufacturing products that injure or kill), and asbestos litigation.
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 with the 10th Mountain Division, (Light Infantry). Greg entered law school in 1992 and graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1995, when he was admitted to the Virginia State Bar and Federal Courts in Virginia. Greg recently[when?] obtained one of the largest wrongful death verdicts in Virginia history when an Albemarle County jury returned a $5.265 million verdict in a tractor-trailer crash that took the life of a 16-year-old high school honor student. Greg was born in West Virginia and was admitted to the West Virginia State Bar in 2001.