Gregg Y. Neal


Gregg Y. Neal was licensed in Kentucky in 1973 and in Florida in 1989. He received his B.S. degree from Marshall University in 1970 and his J.D. from the University of Louisville Law School in 1973 and was on the Dean’s List and the Journal of Family Law. He is a Diplomate and Advanced Diplomate of the Court Practice Institute, 1978 and 1981. He is a graduate of the ATLA National College of Advocacy, Trial Advocate, 1981.He is a recipient of the Kentucky Bar Association CLE award, 1980-present and has maintained Florida CLE, 1989-present. Mr. Neal is Board Certified as a pretrial and civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALTIES IN LEGAL FIELDS.


Throughout his career, Mr. Neal has excelled. He has written book chapters on trial litigation including dog bites by pit bulls and professional negligence. He has lectured extensively in Kentucky and nationally on various legal subjects. His verdicts and settlements for injured parties, whether it be a personal injury or business injury, has totaled in the millions of dollars to his clients. Mr. Neal has dedicated his legal ability to right  the wrong  and hold those responsible for the wrong to make it right.


Mr. Neal is a member of the National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Kentucky, and listed as a Top Lawyer in the Louisville Magazine in the Louisville-Metropolitan area. Mr. Neal is listed in Super Lawyers with the distinction in Business Litigation and Personal Injury.


He was president of the Kentucky Justice Association in 1987, and currently serves on the Board of Governors. Mr. Neal has received various awards and distinctions throughout his legal career.


He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America, a member of the Million Dollars Advocate Forum, AV rated and listed as a Preeminent Lawyer in Martindale-Hubbell for 35 years. He is a past board member of the American Justice Association. Mr. Neal has presented numerous lectures and publications to lawyers and civic groups.


He is certified as by the Supreme Court of Florida as a circuit mediator, appellate mediator, and approved arbitrator, having received his training through the Duke University Private Adjudication Center and the Florida Dispute Resolution Center. He is a Kentucky mediator on the Court of Justice Roster. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALITIES IN LEGAL FIELDS.


Mr. Neal is a board certified civil trial and pretrial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, representing less than 1% of Kentucky lawyers. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALITIES IN  LEGAL FIELDS. He is a Diplomate and Advanced Diplomate of the Court Practice Institute. Mr. Neal is published in Am Jur Trials, ATLA’s Litigating Tort Cases, the Kentucky Bar Journal and the Kentucky Justice Association. He is a member of the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 53d Judicial District. He is a member of the Kentucky Supreme Court Civil Rules Committee.


He is admitted to practice in Kentucky and Florida, the United States Supreme Court, United States District Court Western and Eastern district, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Neal served in the USAR from 1970-1976. Mr. Neal is a past president of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and past president of the Shelbyville Kiwanis Club. He is an elder at the First Presbyterian Church in Shelbyville.


Mr. Neal has published articles on bad faith insurance litigation, pit bull attacks,  professional negligence which he updates annually for West Legal Publications, and recently on appellate mediation.


Mr. Neal works in the following areas:


  • Civil Litigation
  • Real Estate
  • Zoning
  • Business Associations
  • Probate and Wills
  • Contracts
  • Legal and Medical Negligence
  • Florida Real Estate and Title Insurance
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death and General legal matters


Mr. Neal has secured substantial verdicts during his career, including several seven figure cases. With 44 years of experience, he is ready to represent you.


As a board certified attorney in Civil Trial Advocacy and Civil Pretrial Practice by The National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, Mr. Neal is among a very select group of approximately 3% of American Lawyers and less than 1% of Kentucky lawyers. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALTIES IN LEGAL FIELDS.







Have you ever had a dispute in your company, in your family, or with your neighbors? There is a way to resolve these problems without the costly expense of litigation. As a certified mediator, I assist those in conflict through the mediation process. This process allows you to keep control of the outcome, allows you a safe place to express yourself, and finds workable solutions for all involved. Sometimes it takes a neutral person to get to the heart of the problem and allow people in conflict to move forward rather than getting stuck in the past. If you or your company need this service, I will be happy to discuss the details with you. Working together can achieve a resolution. Call me, Gregg Y. Neal, at 502-633-6002. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALTIES IN LEGAL FIELDS.


1. Mediation allows you to reach mutually agreeable solutions.
2. We encourage parties to look at the future instead of the past.
3. Mediation is quicker and less expensive than litigation.
4. It produces agreements that are based on the principles of fairness.
5. It’s private and confidential.
6. You’ll benefit from having an impartial third party helping you.
7. Mediation has a high rate of compliance with the agreement.
8. Mediated agreements often stand the test of time.



Mr. Neal was selected again as a Super Lawyer in Kentucky in personal injury and business litigation.
Mr. Neal was recently selected for Top Lawyers in Kentucky (top 100 trial lawyers in Kentucky). His certification was also renewed by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a civil trial and pretrial  specialist. KENTUCKY DOES NOT CERTIFY SPECIALITIES IN LEGAL FIELDS. Mr. Neal recently obtained his recertification as a Certified Circuit and Appellate mediator by the Florida Supreme Court.



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