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Since 2008
The Law Office of Gregory Parvin 
Specializing in
Personal Injury and Criminal Defense


Welcome to the Law Office

                of Gregory Parvin

We are a small and dedicated law firm committed to providing our clients with exceptional legal representation and personalized attention. With years of experience practicing law, we have the knowledge and skills to handle a wide range of legal matters.

We handle a variety of legal cases,  including Personal Injury, DUI/DWI, Criminal Defense and Litigation.  We are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation possible. 

We understand that choosing the right attorney is an important decision, which is why we offer a free 30 minute initial consultation to discuss your legal matter and answer any questions you may have.

Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to the opportunity to assist you with your legal needs.

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Introducing our law firm



Criminal Defense

Criminal defense is the act of legally representing and advocating for a person who has been accused of committing a crime in a court of law. Criminal defense attorneys work to defend their clients by examining the evidence against them, questioning the validity of the prosecution's case, and presenting arguments in favor of their clients' innocence or for a lesser sentence. The goal of a criminal defense attorney is to protect the constitutional rights of their client, ensure that they receive a fair trial, and obtain the best possible outcome for their case. Greg has two decades of experience in criminal defense. Contact him today if you need his help.

(907) 376-2800


Personal Injury

Personal injury law is a legal area that deals with civil disputes and claims arising from someone being injured or harmed due to the negligence or intentional action of another person or entity. Personal injury cases can include a wide range of accidents and incidents, such as car accidents, slip and fall accidents, defective products, and workplace injuries. Personal injury law allows individuals who have been injured to seek compensation for their losses, such as medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages. Personal injury cases typically involve the injured party, known as the plaintiff, seeking damages from the party or parties responsible for the injury, known as the defendant. Personal injury attorneys work to help their clients obtain fair compensation for their injuries through negotiation, mediation, or litigation in court.



DUI/DWI stands for Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Intoxicated. It refers to the act of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The specific term used can depend on the jurisdiction and the specific laws of the area. Some jurisdictions use the term DUI to refer to the offense of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, while others use the term DWI. In some areas, the term DWI is used when the driver's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) exceeds a certain level, while the term DUI is used when the driver is impaired by drugs or alcohol regardless of their BAC. The penalties for a DUI/DWI conviction can vary depending on the jurisdiction, but they can include fines, license suspension or revocation, mandatory alcohol education or treatment programs, community service, and even jail time.



A litigation attorney is a legal professional who specializes in representing clients in court proceedings or lawsuits. The primary focus of a litigation attorney is to help their clients resolve disputes and protect their legal rights through the legal process. Litigation attorneys handle all aspects of the litigation process, from the initial investigation and assessment of a potential case, through the discovery phase, trial, and any appeals. They may represent individuals, businesses, or organizations in a wide variety of cases, including contract disputes, personal injury cases, intellectual property disputes, employment disputes, and more. In addition to being skilled in legal strategy and argument, litigation attorneys must also have strong communication skills and the ability to negotiate with opposing parties. Litigation attorneys may work for law firms or may be self-employed, and may specialize in a particular area of litigation, such as civil litigation, criminal defense, or intellectual property litigation.

There Is No Lawyer More Eloquent Than the Heart.

Sylvain Maréchal (1788)

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