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Robert L. Greer

Attorney / Partner


After three decades of defending insurance companies, manufacturers, and transportation businesses, Robert has gradually taken on the representation of more and more individuals who have been seriously hurt. He finds it far more rewarding to represent people instead of balance sheets. But his experience on the defense side of litigation, having learned what insurers look for, permits him to fairly evaluate and settle cases for maximum value without trial. But if trial is needed, he’s done it before — often.


  • Juris Doctorate Degree, University of Arizona, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, 1978
  • Bachelor of Science Degree, Northern Arizona University, Magna Cum Laude, 1975

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • State Bar of New Mexico
  • United States District Court, Districts of Arizona and New Mexico
  • United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and Tenth Circuits

Professional Associations

  • Arizona Association for Justice
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Arizona Association of Defense Counsel (Board of Directors, 1985-1988)
  • J. Reuben Clark Law Society

Notable Cases

  • Law v. Superior Court of Arizona, 157 Ariz. 147 (1988) (adopting seat belt defense in Arizona)
  • Parker v. Vanell, 170 Ariz. 350 (1992) (construing new comparative negligence statute)
  • Adiutori v. Sky Harbor Intl. Airport, 880 F. Supp. 696 (D.Ariz. 1995) aff’d in table form, 103 F.3d 107 (9th Cir. 1996) (airport transportation system complied with the Americans with Disabilities Act)
  • Broadbent v. Broadbent, 184 Ariz. 74 (1995) (abolishing parental tort immunity in Arizona)
  • Knox v. Southwest Airlines, 124 F.3d 1103 (9th Cir. 1997) (qualified immunity for police officers at the airport, after arrest on the premises)
  • Garcia v. General Motors, 195 Ariz. 510 (App. 1999) (seat belt defense in conflicts between state laws)
  • Drucker v. Greater Phoenix Transportation Co., (Ariz. App. 1999) (uninsured motorists benefits for taxicab drivers)
  • State Farm Ins. v. Premier Manufactured Systems, Inc., 217 Ariz. 222 (2007) (applying comparative fault to participants in the chain of distribution of a defective product)
  • Webb v. Gittlen, 217 Ariz. 363 (2008) (professional negligence claim was assignable to creditor harmed by insurance agent’s error)
  • Cook v. Orkin Exterminating Company, Inc., 227 Ariz. 331 (App. 2011) (economic loss rule barred homeowners’ tort claims for ineffective termite extermination services)


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