Since 1991, lead attorney Jeffrey S. Gross has guided injured clients through Pennsylvania’s complex Workers’ Compensation system, helping them secure the benefits to which they are entitled. He is a certified Workers’ Compensation specialist* who devotes all of his firm’s resources to practicing exclusively in Workers’ Compensation law.
Jeffrey S. Gross has dedicated his practice to representing and helping Pennsylvania’s injured workers. He has been recognized in Super Lawyers each consecutive year since 2004, concentrating in Workers’ Compensation. Read Full Bio »
Sometimes we must defend against challenges alleging that someone should no longer receive Workers’ Compensation benefits, even though he or she is clearly reliant on them to get by. If this occurs, it is vital to have an experienced attorney on your side. At Gross & Kenny, LLP, we understand what medical proof you will need to ensure your benefits continue until you truly no longer need them, and we will always be available to answer any questions you may have.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of life in the US for more than a year. However, workers’ compensation claims in Philadelphia have largely been unaffected by the pandemic, and all hearings, mediations, and depositions are being conducted remotely by Business Skype and Microsoft Teams. The attorneys at Gross & Kenny, LLP have continued to help clients with their workers’ compensation claims in this area.
Just like the rest of the country, we have changed the way we conduct our day-to-day operations. Our law firm has shifted towards conducting teleconferences instead of in-person meetings with clients. We have even worked to secure telemedicine appointments for our clients who are concerned about in-person appointments with the treating doctors, which also include televised physical therapy to assist with their recovery. Our goal has always been to meet our clients’ needs, and we will continue to do so regardless of whether or not there is a global pandemic.
Chances are you have been told that you don’t really need a lawyer to get compensation benefits. Unfortunately, relying on your employer to do the right thing could mean not receiving the full benefits you deserve or being forced to go back to work before you are ready.