Gregory Hach, Attorney
Greg Hach is well known for representing members of organized labor unions in mass tort actions including prescription drug liability, personal injury actions, and asbestos litigation.
He is responsible for developing LOHRSOFT, or Labor Organization Healthcare Reimbursement Software. LOHRSOFT revolutionizes the way union health plan and third-party payers service their members and recover funds from responsible third-parties.
This program is actively used in the marketplace today. Through his efforts, Mr. Hach has obtained millions of dollars for union families nationwide. Outside the office, Mr. Hach is an enthusiastic private pilot and aircraft owner.
He is a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and regularly flies to visit his clients in outlying areas.
International Union of Operating Engineers
New York Bar Association
New York State Trial Lawyers Association
Washington, D.C. Bar Association
$ 6,058,000: Jury verdict for a phlebotomist diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) as a result of striking her knee on a disassembled bed frame left by the health care facility where she was working.
$3,475,000: Settlement obtained for a union laborer injured when he fell from a temporary roof.
$3,200,000: Settlement obtained for a union carpenter who was injured in a fall at work and, as a result, sustained RSD.
$2,500,000: Settlement for union worker who was killed while being driven in a car from a company parking lot.
$2,500,000: Settlement amount obtained for a member of sheet metal workers local who was injured when he slipped and fell on an unsecured board at a construction site.
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