Since joining Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin, LLC in 2006, Greg has focused on helping individuals and families whose lives were devastated by avoidable medical errors, unsafe products, and ordinary negligence. His entire legal career has been devoted to helping families and individuals impacted by catastrophic loss and injury.
Greg brings a vast knowledge of the medical issues at the core of every malpractice case to each and every client he serves. His litigation experience involves a wide variety of medical malpractice and personal injury matters, including extensive experience litigating professional negligence claims arising from the delayed diagnosis and treatment of treatable medical conditions.
Recent Cases & Settlements
- $950,000 settlement in medical malpractice case in which a man died from the failure to properly treat abdominal infection after gallbladder surgery.
- $750,000 settlement in medical malpractice case in which Emergency Department staff failed to recognize and treat patient for sepsis
- $5 million settlement in medical malpractice case in which a man suffered permanent paralysis and permanent nerve pain as a result of delayed diagnosis and treatment of a spinal infection (co-counseled with Attorney Jerry Meyers)
- $2 million jury verdict in botched gall bladder removal surgery (co-counseled with Attorney Brendan Lupetin)
- $6.3 million jury verdict in Product Safety case – Brand Marketing Group v. Intertek NA (co-counseled with Attorney Brendan Lupetin)
- $4 million settlement in Birth Injury case in which an infant suffered severe brain damage due to a delay in delivery (co-counseled with Attorney Jerry Meyers)
- $2.1 million settlement in Birth Injury case in which an infant suffered severe brain damage as a result of improper ventilation at birth (co-counseled with Attorney Jerry Meyers)
- 1.8 million settlement in medical Medical Malpractice case involving a delayed diagnosis of skin cancer (co-counseled with Attorneys Jerry Meyers and Brendan Lupetin)
Greg’s efforts have helped maximize a client’s recovery from a hospital where the staffs’ complete lack of urgency in spite of severe fetal compromise caused a mother and father’s nightmare and left a little girl with profound developmental delays. He has helped clients secure significant recoveries for injury related to undiagnosed or misdiagnosed cancers. Greg has successfully represented many clients who suffered permanent injury or death due to unrecognized or mistreated infections.
“Too often doctors or nurses assume a patient’s clinical signs and symptoms are related to only a single, sometimes harmless condition and treat only that false assumption,” explains Greg. “I hold physicians accountable for failing to first rule out the most dangerous, life-threatening conditions like septic shock, heart attack, or life-threatening infection. My efforts have helped secure compensation for such needless injuries as amputation, organ damage, permanent brain injury and death.”
Greg feels it is essential to forge a close and trusting relationship with each client. It’s about looking below the surface, and understanding the whole person. “I take the time to build open lines of communication with every client,” he says. “Every client and every case is unique. I will listen to you, understand who you are and work to meet your expectations so I can guide you through a process which you should never feel is overwhelming.”
Every client has a story. The true story of the client doesn’t start at the time of misdiagnosis at a hospital or the moment of impact in a vehicle collision. Greg strives to learn as much as possible about each client’s life before and after the physical and emotional trauma. The ultimate goal is to handle the client’s life, not just their case, even if only for the life of the lawsuit. Often this means being a friend and by the client’s side as they grapple with the day to day feelings and emotions that emerge as the result of life altering injury or death.
The client is at the center of everything we do. “Personal and honest communication with you, the client, gives us the knowledge and insight we need to combine every aspect of a case – the medical facts, the witnesses, the evidence, exhibits, and ultimately, the jury – in a way that will make a meaningful and lasting impact in your life.”
People who have lost the most as a result of avoidable injury or death are those most in need of an attorney who can return them to a sense of strength and confidence. Greg is that person. He strives to build a client’s confidence – in their case, in their attorneys and in themselves.