in verdicts and settlements for his clients
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. Most recently, in November of 2021, GLG won a $107 million personal injury jury verdict in Prince George’s County, Maryland Circuit Court. 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.
Daycare/ Nursing Home Liability
Jail or Prison Injury and Wrongful Death
Police Misconduct & Civil Rights
Restaurant Liability/ Food Poisoning
School Violence/ Hazing
Meet the Team
Peter C. Grenier
Stephanie M. Leacock
This week, local NAACP head Bob Ross and police officers pressured Police Chief Hank Stawinski to resign. For years, officers have been filing suits alleging racial discrimination in matters of discipline and employment. Expert reports in one lawsuit detail over two...
On June 9th, 2020, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a crucial opinion dealing with police excessive force and qualified immunity. The case stemmed from the death of Wayne Jones, a homeless man in Martinsburg, West Virginia, who was...