Greg Hopper is a nationally recognized trial lawyer who represents people catastrophically injured by the makers of defective products, trucking companies, and others.
As a kid, Greg loved to take things apart. He was curious. He wanted to know how things were made, how the components worked, and how everything fit together. As he got older, he won awards and recognition for breaking complex problems into easily understood pieces, analyzing them thoroughly, and explaining what to do next in clear and innovative ways.
As a trial lawyer, Greg’s curiosity and drive set him apart. He has successfully represented clients who were catastrophically injured by defective cars, trucks, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, boats, heavy machinery, recreational equipment, elevators, escalators, batteries, medical devices and implants, hand-held and industrial tools and equipment, and other products. In each of these cases, the companies and their lawyers were better funded, had insider knowledge, and had greater access to product testing and expert witnesses. To win, Greg had to learn everything he could about the product and its history, find and read all of the design and safety standards that applied, collect and sift through voluminous evidence, figure-out exactly what went wrong, and then organize and present it in a way that a jury could not only understand, but be persuaded by.
If you or a family member have been catastrophically injured, you are likely going through the worst days of your life. You are probably overwhelmed, afraid, and don’t know what to do next to protect your family. And there are lots of lawyers out there who want your case whether they know what to do or not.
You need to talk to a well-qualified, experienced lawyer, who knows what to do in complex cases, and isn’t making it up as they go along. Whether you want to get started right away or need to gather information before you feel comfortable, Greg will help.
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, J.D., 1999
- Southwest Missouri State University, B.S., 1996
- Maryland, 1999
United States District Court for the District of Maryland, 1999
United States District Court for District of Columbia, 2004
Committees and Organizations
Member, Maryland State Bar Association
Member, Baltimore City Bar Association
Member, American Association for Justice
Member, Maryland Association for Justice
Founder and President, MAJ Products Liability Section
Member, Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys
Member, Attorneys Information Exchange Group
- Maryland Super Lawyers, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Hopper, Greg, Maryland’s Adoption of Daubert: How we got here, what does it mean, and how do we deal with it?, MAJ Trial Reporter 6 (Fall 2020).