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Gregg Price was born and raised in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Growing up, he picked cotton and had a newspaper route. He entered the practice of law in 1980 after graduating from Baylor University School of Law in Waco, Texas, where he also received his Bachelor’s degree. Upon graduation, he returned to his hometown of Sulphur Springs and started his own law firm. He is now considered one of the best personal injury attorneys in northeast Texas, as indicated by several multi-million-dollar settlements. He is licensed in both Texas and Oklahoma, and is also licensed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Gregg Price married Debbie Price in 1980. They have two daughters, Natalie and Abbey, and they have one grandchild, Mason. They currently live in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Gregg and Debbie are active members in their church, where Gregg serves as a Deacon. Gregg has been a member of the Sulphur Springs School Board in the role of Secretary, Vice President and President. He is also a member of the High School Booster Club. Gregg is a member of the Hopkins County Bar Association, where he served as president from 1984 to 1985. Gregg served on the City Council from 1981 to 1983. Gregg Price was elected mayor of Sulphur Springs from 1982 to 1983 at the age of 25, the youngest mayor to ever be elected in Sulphur Springs. Gregg is featured in D Magazine, and he also received nominations for BEST LAWYERS and SUPER LAWYERS. Gregg’s memberships have included the Texas State Bar, Oklahoma State Bar, American Bar Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Christian Lawyers, Northeast Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Gregg is also a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Lawyers Association.

Gregg enjoys collecting antiques and has one of the most prestigious collections of Americana antiques in the state of Texas. Gregg also enjoys architecture and has designed numerous homes and offices, including his new office in Sulphur Springs.

Above anything else, Gregg enjoys his grandson, Mason, and says, “If I would have known grandkids would be so much fun, I would have skipped the kids and went straight to the grandkids.”