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Representing Burn Victims and Drug Lawsuits Nationwide
We represent persons throughout the United States involved in a variety of Burn Injuries including: propane gas explosions, electrical accident injury, construction accident burns, car explosion burns, and chemical burn injuries and Drug & Product Liability Lawsuits including: Elmiron, Valsartan, Zantac, Hernia Mesh, Takata Airbag and JUUL Lawsuits.
If you’ve been injured in a burn injury, drug lawsuit or due to a Product Liability, you need the qualified representation of a law firm that has delivered millions of dollars in settlements.
Gregory N. McEwen has the distinction of being voted by his peers as one of the Super Lawyers in Minnesota from 2004-2020 (This distinction is given to only 5% of Minnesota lawyers each year, voted by peers). He’s earned this designation for obtaining consistent results for his clients and has recovered over $500,000,000 for his clients across all 50 states.
Client Settlements for Product Liability/Recalled Drugs include:
$134,000,000 Recalled Weight Loss Drug | $61,000,000 Recalled Birth Control Drug |
$36,500,000 Recalled Diabetes Drug | $23,500,000 Recalled Statins |
$17,500,000 Recalled Birth Control Drug
He has appeared on television, radio, podcasts and numerous times in newspapers, including: • NBC • ABC • CBS • New York Times • Wall Street Journal • Minnesota Lawyer • Pioneer Press (St. Paul, MN) • Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN) • Forum (Fargo, ND) • Herald (Grand Forks, ND) • The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa} • The Lawyerist
Gregory is a member of the Million Dollar Roundtable, a member of the American Inns of Court, a member of the Minnesota Association of Justice, a member of America Association of Justice; Attorneys Information Exchange Group; and the Minnesota State Bar Association. He has appeared on public radio, television, and numerous times in newspapers , including a case that was highlighted in the New York Times.