Representing individuals in a variety of State & Federal areas of law.


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Greg Lauer, Esq.

Greg Lauer is a Civil Rights Attorney practicing law in South Florida.  Mr. Lauer has a reputation for competent, aggressive, and personalized representation of clients.  He is a Life Member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.


Mr. Lauer has had multiple large verdicts in Federal Civil Rights cases & successfully resolved others outside of the courtroom.  

  • In September of 2016, a Federal Court Judge awarded $6.2 million dollars to two women Greg represented who were the victims of a heinous sexual attack by uniformed police officers.
  • In March of 2012, he obtained a $175,000 Federal jury verdict in a Miami police brutality case.
  • In March of 2011 Mr. Lauer obtained a $1.2 million Federal jury verdict in a case dealing with violation of the Eighth Amendment rights of a Lee County inmate. After oral argument before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals the verdict affirmed was affirmed.  
  • Greg has been successful in settling numerous Federal Civil Rights cases dealing with Constitutional Rights violations of Broward Jail inmates.  

Greg currently represents individuals in the following areas: medical malpractice, wrongful death and civil rights violations dealing with correctional medical injuries and police misconduct, and negligence lawsuits resulting in serious bodily injuries.  


In addition to his trying numerous State and Federal civil cases, Greg, a former State Felony Prosecutor, has tried over 80 jury trials and handled thousands of criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors to first-degree felonies.  Mr. Lauer has trial experience with D.N.A., blood-spatter, accident reconstruction, ballistics, toxicology, and examination of expert witnesses.


Greg Lauer graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and was a member of the University of Texas Longhorn Football Team. Mr. Lauer obtained his juris doctorate degree from the Baylor University School of Law in Texas.  He is admitted to practice in the State of Florida, U.S. District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

Christina Currie, Esq.

Christina Currie founded Lauer & Currie, P.A. with Mr. Lauer in 2012.  Ms. Currie, realizing that most clients find the legal process to be extremely stressful, prides herself on providing excellent customer service and legal representation.  Like Greg, Christina currently represents individuals in the following areas: medical malpractice, wrongful death and civil rights violations dealing with correctional medical injuries and police misconduct, and negligence lawsuits resulting in serious bodily injuries.  Ms.  Currie handles probate cases where the firms' clients have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice and/or Civil Rights violations.  


Christina graduated from Florida Atlantic University where she majored in Business Administration and minored in Marketing. She obtained her juris doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University.  Christina is licensed to practice law in Florida State and Federal courts.  Ms. Currie was appointed to the Fort Lauderdale Citizens' Police Review Board in 2015 and has held the position of both Vice Chair (2016-2017) and Chair (2018 to the present).  Ms. Currie is a member of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE) and has been recognized by the organization as a NACOLE Certified Practitioner of Oversight (CPO).  The NACOLE CPO program recognizes oversight practitioners who have achieved a high level of professional oversight training by participating in courses over a multi-year period in the areas of:  Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement, Investigations, the Public and Transparency, Law, Policing/Law Enforcement Policies & Procedures, Remediation and Discipline.  


Additionally, Christina serves as  an Officer for  various community organizations in the City of Fort Lauderdale.