P.O. Box 14029
Research Triangle Park,
2530 Meridian Parkway, Suite 300
Durham NC 27713
George Podgorny Jr.
George Podgorny has been representing catastrophically injured clients since 1991.
These cases have ranged from medical malpractice, pharmacy malpractice and motor vehicle accidents, to
inadequate security and unfair and deceptive trade practice cases.
George has spent his entire professional life battling for ordinary citizens in their fight to recover fair
compensation for injuries inflicted upon them. Over the course of his career, George has helped clients recover millions
of dollars for their injuries and losses.
Prior to forming Podgorny Law, George was a partner with the firm of Faison & Gillespie, a Durham firm
specializing in medical malpractice and catastrophic injury cases.
During his long career, George has assisted numerous clients who have been injured due to negligent
owners of manufacturing plants and factories. Several of these clients suffered catastrophic injuries including
loss of limbs and brain injuries. He has made sure that they have been fully compensated by those responsible
for the injuries.
In the past, George represented the family of a Special Forces officer who died to due medical
negligence during prostate surgery, a case that resulted in a $3.25 million settlement.
In another case, George represented the family of a two-year-old child who received thyroid medication
instead of a prescribed chemotherapy drug, resulting in her untimely death. George helped the family to recover
$3.25 million for their loss.
Recently, George successfully resolved a case where a construction worker was electrocuted when his
scaffolding came in contact with an energized power line.
1991 - admitted to Bar in North Carolina
1991 - admitted to Bar of U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
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