Greg McCloskey

Greg McCloskey's practice focuses on personal injury claims, including, but not limited to, catastrophic injuries, automobile, boating and motorcycle accidents, work-related injuries, premises liability, insurance bad faith, negligent security, assaults, dog bites, medical malpractice, and products liability.  Prior to becoming an Associate, Greg worked as a law clerk for Adelman & Adelman  his last two years of law school.  

Greg spent most of his life in Alpharetta, GA before returning to his “home” of Gainesville, FL to attend the University of Florida for his undergraduate degree.  At UF, Greg was a member of Alpha Epsilon Chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity where he served as Treasurer and  Archon.  While in Gainesville for college and after graduation, Greg worked for the Law Offices of Jeffrey Meldon & Associates, where his passion for the law began to flourish. 

Greg is a Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center Graduate, and attended law school on a full Goodwin scholarship awarded for academic merit. 

One of the Best Attorneys as Rated by Avvo Super Lawyer Rated Attorney Martindale Review Attorney Member of Tamarac Chamber
Voted Best Attorney Coral Springs by Parkland Forum Readers

Jeffrey Adelman voted Best Attorney by Coral Springs/Parkland Forum Readers from 2006 through 2014.

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