Melody Gregory

Personal Injury | Managing Attorney

Education

B.S. State University of New York
J.D. Western New England College School of Law

Admissions

New York State Bar Association
State of Connecticut Bar Association
Department of Veterans Affairs Accredited

Winning Case Highlights

$3,200,000.00 Million Dollars, Reckless Driving Settlement

Thanks in part to the efforts of Attorney Melody Gregory, $3.2 million dollars was paid to an Orange County male who under went multiple cervical surgeries as a result of being struck head on by a defendant that was drag racing another motor vehicle.

$1,300,000.00 Million Dollars- Motor Vehicle Crash Settlement

Attorney Melody Gregory assisted in securing a sizable settlement for a Sullivan County resident who while a passenger in an automobile was ejected from the vehicle when the operator lost control of the car.

$920,000,000.00 Head on Crash, Settlement

Was paid to the Estate of an Orange County male whose injuries resulted in his death. Managing Attorney Melody Gregory played an instrumental role in this outcome.

Melody is passionate about giving back to the Orange County Community, including volunteering at organizations such as the Newburgh Armory Unity Center, Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build 2015, and other ongoing fundraising efforts for various Orange County community organizations.

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Melody Gregory joined Finkelstein & Partners in 1977, having graduated from Newburgh Free Academy. From her initial position of a Case Manager, she took on more and more responsibility in various departments within the firm. While working for the firm, she continued her education and obtained a BS degree from State University of New York. After 20 years of excellent service to the firm and our clients, Finkelstein & Partners provided a full scholarship to attend law school at Western New England College School of Law where she received her J.D. Ms. Gregory was the first recipient of such a scholarship from this law firm. After passing the New York State and State of Connecticut bar exams and being admitted as a lawyer, Ms. Gregory began representing seriously injured clients in a greater capacity.