Man Accused of Pretending to be an Attorney

A Nashville couple had no doubt that they were working with a real attorney when they hired Greg Pillow to handle a medical malpractice suit, but suspicion arose when he called saying the case was settled. A look into Pillow’s past found a lengthy criminal history including a 2008 conviction of pretending to be an EMT and accusations of posing as a fire fighter. The State Board of Professional Responsibility has no record of Pillow having a law license and the office address he gave clients is invalid. Although he did not take any money for services, the couple says his scam caused “plenty of frustration.” Pillow did not respond to Fox 17’s phone calls for comment.