Meet Ike Gulas

Ike Gulas is an attorney with Morgan & Morgan, America’s largest injury law firm. A 1989 graduate of Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, Gulas has been practicing law for 30 plus years. He is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Southern Trial Lawyer Association, the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the National Trial Lawyers Association where he has been selected as one of the top 100 lawyers in Alabama. In 1998, Gulas founded The Ike Gulas Law Firm, P.C., for which over its 20 years in existence he represented thousands of clients who suffered injuries caused by pharmaceuticals and defective medical devices.

As a 40-year member in AHEPA he distinguished himself by serving two terms as its National President representing its 500 plus chapters throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.

When asked about his service to AHEPA Senior Living, a non-profit corporation, Gulas cited one of his father’s memorable teachings about always giving back.

“I have been involved in AHEPA Senior Living’s mission since developing the 72-unit HUD Senior Apartment complex in Hoover, Alabama, 27 years ago.  As I witnessed my own father’s aging and the issues faced by our seniors it made my resolve even greater to work to provide solutions to our seniors.  I am honored to serve such a worthwhile cause.”

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As a mission-driven organization with roots in giving back to the community, our focus is on our residents, their families, and the communities in which we live and serve. Since 1996, AHEPA Senior Living has supported nonprofits to an amount that exceeds $9 million. We have contributed to nonprofits that provide service dogs for veterans, provide services to survivors of domestic violence, advance opportunities for access to education, bolster critical at-home nutritional services for vulnerable seniors, support programs that empower women, and provide comprehensive vision care support for the blind and visually impaired communities. Help us to continue to make a difference.

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