Greg represents injured longshore and harbor workers, injured maritime workers, and individuals injured through the negligence of another in construction work, motor vehicle collisions and other hazards.
Greg is a life long Oregonian. He graduated from Lake Oswego High School in 1983 and migrated south to attend the University of Oregon. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry in 1987. After graduating, he spent the next year working for the Institute of Molecular Biology and as an Administrative Assistant for Lane County Legal Aid as a grant writer. He enrolled at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland in 1988 and began working as a law clerk for Pozzi Wilson Atchison O'Leary & Conboy and ultimately became an Associate with the Pozzi office in 1991. He was made the firm's youngest partner in 1998. Greg, along with two other partners, left the Pozzi office and started their own firm, Preston Bunnell & Stone, LLP, in 1999. In 2004, Meagan Flynn joined Greg and Peter and continue to work on behalf of those injured due to the fault of others.
Greg is married and has two daughters. He enjoys fly fishing, camping, cycling and riding his motorcycle in his spare time. Greg is a past Board Member for the Oregon Chapter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation and currently serves as a Committee Member on the local elementary school's Site Council.
Policy limit settlement of $1,000,000 in a Jones Act case for a seaman conducting a dredge operation. Plaintiff sustained injuries during a fall that ultimately required a total hip replacement. (Bunnell)
A $900,000 settlement on behalf of a crew member's estate (Jones Act and Death on the High Seas case) who died when the vessel sank off the Oregon coast. (Bunnell)
A $750,000 result for a crew member (Jones Act case) who was injured while desceding a portable ladder and sustained patellar and hip fractures and a torn tricep. (Bunnell)
Longshore Third Party Injuries
A $1,000,000 settlement during mediation for a longshore foreman against the vessel owner when he slipped and injured his knee that ultimately required a total knee replacement. (Bunnell)
A $225,000 result for a longshoreman against the vessel owner for a thoracic disk protusion that required surgery after he was struck by a falling cable. (Bunnell)
A $225,000 settlement for a longshoreman against a port district when he stepped into a void in the ground that required a knee surgery. (Bunnell)
A $175,000 verdict for a longshoreman that sustained injury to his knee requiring surgery after he stepped into an unmarked void in prepacked lumber. (Bunnell)
A $150,000 settlement for a longshoreman against the vessel owner after sustaining an injury to his knee that ultimately required surgery. (Bunnell)
A $135,000 settlement for a longshoreman that sustained an injury to his shoulder that required surgery after descending a walkway that was not properly maintained. (Bunnell)
A $100,000 result for a longshore foreman against the vessel owner after sustaining an injury to his knee while descending a ladder that required surgery. (Bunnell)
A settlement of $1,265,000 for the estate of a carpenter against the general contractor after the panel on which he was working gave way causing him to fall and sustain traumatic injuries leading to his death. (Bunnell)
A resullt of $400,000 for a pipefitter who sustained injuries to his neck and back that required surgery. (Bunnell)
A $700,000 result for a injured worker who sustained complications following low back surgery that resulted in damage to his urinary and bowel systems. (Bunnell)
A confidential settlement for a young woman that was sexually assaulted by two of her coaches. (Bunnell)
General Negligence Claims
A settlement of $245,000 for a woman that slipped and fell at a grocery store and required low back surgery. (Bunnell)
A verdict of $155,000 for a woman that sustained neck injuries that resulted in surgery as a result of an automobile accident. (Bunnell)
A settlement of $90,000 for a woman that sustained a shoudler injury that required surgery after she fell at a restaurant that had failed to clean up a spill. (Bunnell)