As a partner with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, firm Gross & Kenny, Jeffrey S. Gross has represented injured workers in the Philadelphia area since 1991. He focuses exclusively on Workers’ Compensation litigation, including full and partial disability claims, lump sum settlements, occupational diseases, workplace fatalities, and subrogation matters, and he has a long record of success aggressively pursuing the best interests of his clients.
Ranked by Philadelphia magazine among the region’s top 100 attorneys in 2006 and 2007, Mr. Gross steadfastly believes each worker is entitled to all the possible benefits available under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act and brings his considerable experience on each case. He was honored with the Martha Hampton Award in 2003 for his compassionate approach and exemplary professionalism, and he holds a solid 10.0 rating from Avvo.
Mr. Gross earned his undergraduate degree in business administration and accounting with honors from Muhlenberg College in 1988 and his Juris Doctor from The Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1991. He has been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Pennsylvania. Mr. Gross is also a member of the prestigious Louis D. Brandeis Law Society in Philadelphia and maintains current membership in the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.
Held in high esteem by his peers, Mr. Gross was elected for three consecutive years to the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Board of Governors and was once co-chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section. He is additionally a published author with more than a dozen featured articles in local law magazines, and he has also lectured extensively on a variety of Workers’ Compensation litigation topics at seminars conducted by professional organizations such as the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
"The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation", Lorman Education Services, November, 2007
"Commonwealth Court Addresses Workers’ Compensation Section", Philadelphia Bar Reporter, May, 2005
"Medical Reports Inadmissible Despite Act 57 Allowance: Evidence on Claims Exceeding 52 Weeks is Deemed Hearsay", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 116, December, 2001
"Palliative Physical Therapy is Deemed Reasonable and Necessary Treatment According to Commonwealth Court", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 93, November, 2001
"Key in Reinstatement Positions: Aggravation vs. Recurrence – Burden of Proof Issues", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 52, September, 2001
"Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Liens Inapplicable in ADA Claims: Separate Causes of Action Do Not Entail Double Recovery", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 225, No. 8, July, 2001
"Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Liens are No Longer Absolute", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 224, No. 115, June, 2001
"Commonwealth Court Decision in American Belt_Sparks Controversy Over Child Labor Law", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 224, No. 91, May, 2001
"Courts Address Statute of Limitations Involving Petitions to Reinstate Benefits: Injured Workers Have Three Years After Partial Disability Expires", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 224, No. 71, April, 2001
"Workers’ Compensation Carrier Required to Pay Full Amount of Subrogation Lien Asserted by Separate Third Party Health Insurance Plan in Excess of Cost Containment Provision of Act 44", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. P.1711, March, 2001
"Supreme Court Considers Burden of Proof for Reinstatement Petitions Following Layoff While Under Suspension of Benefits", The Legal Intelligencer, Vol. P943, February, 2001
"The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation", Lorman Education Services, November 2007
"Simple Solutions to Tough Problems in Workers’ Compensation", Pennsylvania Bar Institute, April 2007
"Tough Problems in Workers’ Compensation", Pennsylvania Bar Institute, March 2007
"Uses and Misuses of the Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, June 2006
"Dissecting and Defending IRE Reports and Other Post Gardner lssues-Case Law Update, Legal Issues and Strategies", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, 2006
"Misuses of the Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable: Case Law Update, Attorneys’ Fees and Penalties", Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 2006
"Techniques in Handling Workers Compensation Litigation Involving Labor Market Surveys", Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, Bureau of Workers Compensation, 2006
"Pension Offsets and Workers’ Compensation Benefits", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, April 2005
"Medicare: Dealing with Medicare Set Aside Trusts", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, May 2004
"Litigating Cases Under the Occupational Disease Act", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, March 2003
"Penalties for Violation of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act: Misuse of the Temporary Notice of Compensation Payable", Pennsylvania Bar Institute, September 2002
"Calculation of the Average Weekly Wage: Maximizing Your Client’s Rate and Award- Recent Decisions", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, November 2001
"Case Studies: Learning Techniques on Handling and Litigating Claims from the Claimants and Defense Attorneys’ Perspective", Occupational Health Medical & Legal Workshop – Temple University Health System, May 2001
"Important Changes in Reinstatement Petitions: Case Law Update on Statute of Limitations and Burdens of Proof", Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, June 2001
"Ethical Considerations in Workers’ Compensation Cases", Pennsylvania Bar Institute, June 2000
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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:
At Gross & Kenny, LLP we view the safety and well-being of our clients, staff and business partners as our highest priority.
The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus is continually changing, and we are following all recommended guidelines to stay healthy.
Currently, our law firm is remaining open to serve your legal needs. If you were working light duty or modified duty as a result of a work injury in Pennsylvania and were recently laid off or terminated from your job due to the Coronavirus you may be entitled to weekly workers' compensation checks for lost wages moving forward. Contact us to find out . We are open and ready to assist.
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We are continuing to fight on behalf of our clients and that we are all able to handle things even if mandated by the government that we work remotely.