Heckler and Frabizzio
Insurance Defense Litigation

Greg P. Skolnik

Partner

GREGORY P. SKOLNIK (Firm Tenure 2012; Position: Workers’ Compensation Attorney), born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1986; admitted to bar 2011, Delaware and New Jersey. Education: Pennsylvania State University (B.A., 2008); Widener University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, pro bono distinction, 2011). Member: Delaware State Bar Association (Workers’ Compensation and Young Lawyers Sections); Randy J. Holland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court. Practice Areas: Workers’ Compensation and Insurance Defense.

Greg focuses his practice exclusively on representing employers and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation litigation in Delaware. He is licensed to practice law in Delaware and New Jersey. He is a graduate of Penn State University, earning a B.A. in Political Science. He attended law school at the Delaware Law School, and graduated cum laude, in the top 10% of his class, and with pro bono distinction. Following law school, he served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the then five Judges of the New Castle County Court of Common Pleas. After his clerkship, he joined Heckler and Frabizzio.

Greg maintains an active membership in the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Delaware State Bar Association. He was a member of the Section’s Special Committee that authored revisions to modernize subsection 2347 of the Workers’ Compensation Act, that were ultimately passed and signed into law. He serves as Treasurer for the Randy J. Holland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court. He is a regular speaker on various topics including Delaware Workers’ Compensation law. He is an Attorney Coach for the Mount Pleasant High School Mock Trial Team for the yearly Delaware State High School Mock Trial Competition. He is a Peer Mentor and frequent speaker in a Delaware Bar review program offered by the Minority Judges and Lawyers Section of the Delaware Bar. In 2021, he was selected by the Delaware Business Times to their list of Achievers & Innovators Under 40.