Greg Prysock is the managing partner of the North Florida offices of Morgan & Morgan, and is also a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. He was raised in Florida and attended the University of Florida, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1991. He then attended the University of Florida College of Law, graduating with honors in 1995.
Mr. Prysock began his legal career working for a statewide civil trial defense firm, specializing in medical malpractice, nursing home, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases. In 1999, he joined Morgan & Morgan and began pursuing claims on behalf of clients injured by the negligence of others. Since joining the firm, he has represented hundreds of clients and their families helped them obtain multiple verdicts in excess of a million dollars.
Since 2006, the Florida Bar has recognized Mr. Prysock as a Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney, an honor given to less than 2% of all attorneys practicing in the State of Florida. This certification is the highest level of distinction by the Florida Bar in the area of Civil Trial Litigation. Florida Trend Magazine has recognized Mr. Prysock as one of its statewide “Legal Elite Attorneys”, and Law & Politics Magazine has selected him as one of its “Florida Super Lawyers” annually for the past decade.
Mr. Prysock is rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, the oldest attorney rating system in the United States. An AV-Preeminent designation is the highest available and is “a testament to the fact that a lawyer’s peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.” He was also recently selected by his peers to join the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial and elevating the standards of integrity, honor, ethics, civility, and courtesy in the legal profession.
Mr. Prysock serves on the Advisory Board for the Make-a-Wish Foundation of North Florida, providing wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. He also previously served as a Board of Director of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance to low income and other special needs individuals.