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Welcome to Grenier Law Group PLLC
GLG is a dynamic Washington, D.C. based personal injury/wrongful death civil litigation boutique firm with a nationwide practice, outstanding reputation, and an impeccable track record of success. With almost 50 years combined legal experience, our philosophy is simple – we advocate tenaciously and passionately to enforce the rights of our injured or deceased clients, and to bring about change by holding wrongdoers accountable – individuals, corporations and governments alike.
Whether it be litigating the only successful case arising out of the Columbine High School shootings in Colorado, securing an $11 million settlement package in the Virginia Tech Massacre cases, obtaining a record-setting $98 million wrongful death verdict against the District of Columbia, a record-setting $14 million wrongful death settlement in a bus collision case against WMATA, or a $26 million structured settlement on behalf of a victim of police misconduct in New Jersey, firm principal Peter Grenier and his team fight hard for each and every client. These stellar results do not come by chance or by luck – they are the culmination of countless hours of strategizing, researching, investigating and execution that go into every case that crosses our doorway.
Police Misconduct / Civil Rights
Jail/Prison Injury / Wrongful Death
Drowning / Pool Injuries
School Violence / Hazing
Bus / Truck Accidents
Daycare / Nursing Home Liability
Restaurant Liability / Food Poisoning
Meet the Team
We are pleased to announce that GLG principal attorney Peter Grenier will be a keynote speaker at the National Business Institute’s February 7, 2019 Audio Webinar: Advanced Strategies for Negotiating Claims with Insurance Companies. Peter Grenier will be sharing his...read more
GLG is the proud to sponsor the Deep Creek Lake Winter Ski Team’s Wisp Slalom Race 2019. This is GLG’s fourth straight year of sponsorship. Ski swiftly…. But SAFELY, everyone!read more
On February 14, 2007, Martha Schoenborn was leaving work at the Federal Trade Commission, crossing 7th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., when a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority bus violently struck and killed her in the middle of the...read more