|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and Pennsylvania||Philadelphia Magazine||2012|
|Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and Pennsylvania||Philadelphia Magazine||2011|
|Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and Pennsylvania||Philadephia Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia||Philadephia Magazine||2009|
|Super Lawyer||Philadephia Magazine||2008|
|Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and Top 100 Pennsylvania||Philadephia Magazine||2007|
|Super Lawyer- Top 100 Philadelphia and Top 100 Pensylvania||Philadephia Magazine||2006|
|Super Lawyer||Philadephia Magazine||2005|
|Super Lawyer||Philadelphia Magazine||2004|
|Martha Hampton Award||Philadelphia Bar Association||2003|
|Attorney||Ominsky, Welsh, Rosenthal & Steinberg||1990 - 1992|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Louis D. Brandeis Law Society||Assistant Bursar||2010 - Present|
|Brandeis Law Foundation||Assistant Treasurer||2009 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Association for Justice||Sustaining Member||2009 - Present|
|Brandeis Law Foundation||Founding Member||2009 - Present|
|Philadelphia Bar Association, Solo and Small Firm Committee||Member||2004 - Present|
|Philadelphia Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Section||Executive Committee||2004 - Present|
|Federal Aviation Admisnistration||FAA Licensed Pilot||2004 - Present|
|Philadelphia Bar Association||Chair, Workers' Compensation Section||2001 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association||Member||1993 - Present|
|Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association||Member||1993 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||1991 - Present|
|Philadelphia Bar Association||Board of Governors||2008 - 2010|
|Temple Adath Israel||Mens' Club President||2004 - 2006|
|Lorman Education Services publication||"The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation"||2007|
|Philadelphia Bar Reporter||"Commonwealth Court Addresses Workers Compensation Section"||2005|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Palliative Physical Therapy is Deemed Reasonable and Necessary Treatment According to Commonwealth Court"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Medical Reports Inadmissible Evidence Despite Act 57 Allowance: Evidence on Claims Exceeding 52 Weeks is Deemed Hearsay"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Pennsylvania Supreme Court Clarifies 'Discovery Rule' of Workers' Compensation Act Notice Provision"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Key in Reinstatement Petitions: Aggravation v. Recurrence- Burden of Proof Issues"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Workers' Compensation Subrogation Liens Inapplicable in ADA Claims: Separate Causes of Action Do Not Entail Couble Recovery"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Workers Compensation Subrogation Liens are no Longer Absolute"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Commonwealth Court Decision in American Belt Case Sparks Controversy over Child Labor Law"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Courts Address Statute of Limitations Involving Petitions to Reinstate Benefits: Injured Workers Have 3 Years After Partial Disability Expires"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Workers Compensation Carrier Required to Pay Full amount of Subrogation Lien asserted by Separate Health Insurance Plan in Excess of Cost Containment Provision of Act 44"||2001|
|The Legal Intelligencer||"Supreme Court Considers Burden of Proof for Reinstatement Petitions Following Layoff While Under Suspension of Benefits"||2001|
|Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1991|
|Muhlenberg College||Business Administration||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1988|
|Muhlenberg College||Accounting||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1988|
|Occupational Diseases and Workers Compensation||Occupational Disease Claims||2009|
|Uses and Misuses of the Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable form||NTCP Issues||2008|
|Tough Problems in Workers Compensation||Advanced Workers Compensation Issues||2007|
|The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation||Mental Injuries in the Worplace Environment||2007|
|Simple Solutions to Tough Problems in Workers Compensation||Workers Compensation Advanced Issues||2007|
|Pension Offsets and Workers Compensation Benefits||Pension Offsets||2005|
|Medicare: Dealing with Medicare Set Aside Trusts||Medicare Set Aside Trusts||2004|
|Litigatin Cases Under the Occupational Disease Act||Occupational Disease Claims Litigation||2003|
|Penalties for Violation of the Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Act||Litigation of Penalties Under the Workers Compensation Act||2002|
|Important Changes in Reinstatment Petitions: Statutes of Limitations and Burdens of Proof||Reinstatement of Benefits Litigation||2001|
|Case Studies: Learning Techniques for Handling and Litigating Claims||Proper Claims Handling||2001|
|Calculation of The Average Weekly Wage: Maximizing Your Client's Rate and Award||Correct Methods of Calculating the Average Weekly Wage||2001|
|Ethical Considerations In Workers Compensation Cases||Ethical Standards||2000|
Posted by Bruce Mason
I really don't know where to begin so I might as well start before I met Jeff. I was constantly worrying about my job and all their rules and tricks regarding my workman's comp. I was in fear everyday not knowing what was going to happen on top of the fact I am truly hurt and in pain. I really did not know which way to turn or who to trust. I decided to Google workman's comp lawyers. There were hundreds listed but only one stood out to me " Jeffrey Gross". I guess you wonder why he stood out. It was his picture that's all I had to go by and my instinct. What I saw in his picture was a look of Integrity, Determination and Sincerity. My perception was right on target. First impressions are everlasting. When I called his firm I left a message and received a call back within 10 minutes from Jeff himself. When I met with Jeff in person I saw the integrity and sincerity to help me. He said " Bruce don't worry about anything, I treat my clients like family".
Jeff scheduled me to see the best specialist and doctors, transportation anything I needed regarding my situation. I required surgery and my insurance company was giving me a problem and Jeff called the doctor and said make it happen and it happened. He removed all the fear and anxiety that I had been experiencing throughout my ordeal.
What really got me was when I had a situation and Jeff was out of the country on vacation. I texted him not only did he texted me back he called me while he was on vacation with his family. Remember when I mentioned Jeff said don't worry I treat my clients like family. In the beginning I thought that was just a phrase he used. After that and other numerous situations and there were many I knew it was not just a phrase. He truly took all of the worries away just like he said he would. In my book Jeff is family he looked out for my best interest all along the way even when I asked his advice outside of my situation. At the end of the day everybody's situation is different but what it all comes down to is having someone in your corner that is on your side giving you their all (and notice I said "All" not just a percent). That's what Jeff gave his all. It may sound like I am promoting Jeff and I am because the experience I had was way out of the norm and worth the acknowledgement. He touched my heart and will never be forgotten and alway appreciated. JEFF YOU ARE THE MAN!
Posted by Greg Lavalleye
Best lawyer, had a separate case with another attorney, and Jeff Gross is night and day from that other attorney. He literally works 24/7 for you, responds quickly to any text, email, phone call. He's on top of everything. When we started the case he already had everything planned out i.e. go to this person, this person, etc. All well known and highly respected doctors, Harvard educated doctors and other people who recommends. Seems like all worker comp. attorneys charge 20% if they win, he really puts more then 110% in the case. He treats you like family. Not a single complaint. I am in York, he is in Philadelphia, and he will drive the 4 hour round trip for my case which isn't an easy case to prove, but based on the other reviews I am not concerned, in addition to speaking with him I am very confident in the results. If anyone needs a workers comp. attorney I'd go with him. I am a current client, I have nothing to gain by posting this, but I want people who need workers comp to know there is an absolutely excellent lawyer here in Jeff Gross to represent you hands down the best, this is based off 2 workers comp cases in less then a year. He is amazing, treats you like family, works 24/7 for you, is on top of everything and doesn't put up with anything from the other side. He will fight for you until the end to make sure you get everything you are entitled to and let you know everything you are entitled to. He is a superlawyer 2014,2015,2016 and that is not a surprise at all. Highly recommend to anyone!
Posted by Timothy
I met Jeff in July of 2015. I had been in a serious work accident and through one surgery when we met. My job and the insurance company were pressuring me to return to work, even though I was in no shape to do so. Jeff never allowed that to happen.
From the minute I walked into Jeff's office, he told me not to worry about a thing. He said he would handle everything and not to worry. Now, I have never been a big fan of attorneys, so I had very little faith that Jeff would make good on the promises he made. He came through on EVERY SINGLE ONE!! Jeff returned every call I made to him, no matter the time of day or even the day of the week. He was always there for me and always honest. I know I was not the easiest client to deal with, but Jeff always handle me with respect and professionalism.
Jeff referred me to the best doctors available-Doctors I truly owe my life to. From his staff to the coordination services and doctors Jeff reffered, all of them are top notch professionals and the best at what they do.
Not only is Jeff a great attorney, he is a wonderful person and a man I now call a great friend.
Daniel McCabe, Workers compensation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I've known Jeff for years. Not only is he an excellent attorney, but he's a great guy. He's the kind of attorney knows to talk to his clients with the utmost respect. He is truly a credit to workers compensation bar.