Gregory P. Herrick
“I chose law as my profession because being a lawyer provides an opportunity to impact the world for the better, not only by helping improve the lives of individual clients, but also by shaping communities we live in.”
Mr. Herrick centers his practice in complex commercial litigation, insurance defense litigation, community association litigation, and landlord/tenant litigation. Additionally, he also represents the Firm’s clients in connection with any family law matters. Further, Mr. Herrick also handles pre-litigation matters such as demand letters and legal advice, discovery, mediation and settlement negotiations.
“Prior to attending law school, I spent several years working as a paramedic where I was frequently called upon to make important decisions in high stress situations and regularly dealt with people in genuine need of a steady hand to guide them out of a difficult situation. Those experiences provided a foundation for me as an attorney where I can quickly analyze my client’s issues and prioritize the critical items that need to get accomplished first in order to help my clients achieve their goals.”
Mr. Herrick’s greatest professional accomplishment is when he helped reunite a father with his daughter that he had not seen for nearly a year after the child’s mother moved her out of state and threatened to call immigration if he tried to contact her.
William & Mary Law School, J.D., 2014
William & Mary Business Law Review
Saint Anselm College, B.A., 2003
• The Florida Bar, 2014
• The Connecticut Bar Association, 2016
• Southern District of Florida
• Middle District of Florida
• Collier County Bar Association
• Michael R. N. McDonnell American Inn of Court
Volunteer Judge, Collier County Teen Court, 2017 – current
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