Gregory E. Martin has been a member of the Law Offices of Dale E. Anstine since 1984. Not only does Greg have extraordinary courtroom experience in York, Lancaster, Dauphin, Adams and Cumberland counties; he has valuable courtroom experience at the federal level. Gregory is licensed to practice in the Pennsylvania State Courts, the Middle District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Supreme Court.
Gregory majored in Political Science and minored in Business Administration at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Continuing his study of higher education, Greg was highly involved in the Moot Court Honor Society and their Executive Board while completing Law School at The Delaware Law School of Widener University.
Dedicated to widening his expertise to outside the courtroom, Gregory is a member of the York County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. Gregory’s legal skills have been instrumental in helping thousands and thousands of his clients receive both the settlements and jury awards that they deserve.
As a symbol of his outstanding contribution to his clients, Gregory has been awarded prestigious membership to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum – specially reserved for those who have had a settlement or a jury verdict in excess of $1,000,000. In addition, Gregory is listed as an outstanding professional in the 2015 Select Lawyers™ for his achievements in the areas of Personal Injury and Auto Accidents Law.
Gregory’s dedication reaches beyond the courtroom and office walls. He is married and is the father of four successful children. An avid runner, Gregory has completed numerous marathons including the esteemed Boston Marathon, the Marine Corps Marathon, and the Harrisburg Marathon.
Gregory has also had an opportunity to coach children of various ages in soccer, basketball and baseball, as well as being a leader of the Boy Scouts of America. His voluntary work is not limited to within the United States. Gregory has participated in several mission trips to the Casa Angelina Orphanage in Antigua, Guatemala with his children to help with the orphans in that region.