Posts Tagged ‘ Gary Groeneweg ’

Window Company Not Liable for Driver Injuries Sustained During Unloading

Aug 10th, 2023

U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken ruled in favor of Jeld-Wen Inc., putting to rest the lawsuit brought against it three years ago by Crete Carrier Corp. driver Gary Groeneweg. Groeneweg filed suit against the door and window company in 2020 under the Oregon Safe Employment Act and the Oregon Employer Liability Law, seeking to […]

Jeld-Wen Denies Liability for Driver’s Injuries, Motions for Summary Judgment

Jan 9th, 2023

Jeld-Wen filed a motion for summary judgment last week, seeking to defer liability for injuries sustained by a transport driver while unloading doors and windows manufactured by the company and loaded by its employees. After a U.S. district judge in Oregon determined in December 2020 that the plaintiff, Gary Groeneweg, had a case against the […]

Judge Says Transport Employee has Case Against Jeld-Wen for Negligence

Dec 22nd, 2020

A judge in Oregon cleared the way for a case against Jeld-Wen Inc. recently, by deeming that the defendant posted sufficient grounds for negligence. After a bundle containing 40 of the manufacturer’s windows fell on him while unloading a shipment, plaintiff Gary Groeneweg is suing the company over injuries. “Because defendant’s employees composed the bundles […]