Our Past Results
Since 1982, the attorneys at Greene Reid & Pomeroy have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients with notable multi-million-dollar settlements.
While every case is unique and prior outcomes are not a guarantee of future success, we are proud of the justice we’ve secured on behalf of our clients.
We trust Doctors & Healthcare Professionals to help us get better
Prescription and over-the-counter drugs have become a part of our daily lives. Americans are developing serious and sometimes deadly health complications that require drugs to alleviate conditions or cure diseases. Treatment using prescription drugs and medications is intended to alleviate pain, maintain health, or improve quality of life.
Unfortunately, sometimes the exact opposite occurs, and these drugs end up hurting or even killing the very people they’re intended to help.
Prescription Drug Statistics
At least half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug
Half of the elderly take three or more prescription drugs
On average, one in six Americans takes 3 or more prescriptions
Several factors contribute to drug injuries and pharmaceutical-related deaths:
– lack of proper regulation
– pharmaceutical companies failing to disclose the results of internal test studies that suggest certain drugs are far more dangerous to patient health than beneficial
– lobbyists employed by large companies to help limit the industry’s liability when their products cause widespread harm and death; and
– mistakes in diagnosis or prescriptions by healthcare providers all play a part in drug injuries.
Our personal injury lawyers are investigating several drugs currently on the market or recently recalled that may cause drug injuries. The New York Drug Injury Attorneys at Greene Reid & Pomeroy are dedicated to helping the victims and their families who have taken or used these products, only to suffer greatly when they thought they were going to get better. Get the help you need by contacting us now!
There’s never a fee until we recover.