Areas of Practice – Personal Injury
Education – Touro College, BS Summa Cum Laude Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, JD
Admissions – New York, New Jersey, United States Federal District Court in New York, United States Supreme Court, United States Veterans Affairs
David E. Gross has been with Finkelstein & Partners since 1993 and is a Partner at the firm. He is the sole member of the Managing Attorney Department who is also in the Neuro Trial Group.
In 1991 Mr. Gross earned his Juris Doctor degree from Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. While there he participated in the Tax Law clinic, and was invited to be an instructor of business law for a college course. He was also the editor of his year book.
He is admitted to the New York State Bar, New Jersey State Bar, United States District Courts for the Southern-Northern-Eastern District of New York, Supreme Court of the United States and United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). In his position with previous law firms he has handled cases from inception to trial in a wide variety of practice areas and general corporate law.
As a managing attorney with Finkelstein & Partners, David has handled thousands of plaintiff’s personal injury cases, including death cases, head injury cases and multiple fracture cases in both New York and New Jersey. Early in his career with Finkelstein and Partners, he realized the difficulty his clients were having with injuries related to head trauma. He took it upon himself to become familiar with, and be an advocate for, his client’s medical care. This enabled him to insure they get the specialized care they need and deserve. Thereafter, he was invited to join the Neurolaw Trial Group. His area of specialization includes handling difficult injury cases and researching liability, as well as working with experts to obtain the necessary elements for a case. His energy is completely focused on the needs of his clients and bringing their cases to the best possible conclusion. He has been instrumental in securing and negotiating million dollar settlements and verdicts on behalf of his clients. He has been featured on the radio regarding the proper way to proceed with a motor vehicle case.
Prior to coming Finkelstein and Partners, Mr. Gross was a partner in a small firm. He was also a Court appointed Law Guardian whose duty was to protect the rights of children. He has been happily married to his wife Rita, a High School teacher, since 1992.
David loves hiking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and cross country skiing. He is actively involved in the American Canoe and Kayak Club and is a member of other kayak clubs as well.
Commitment to Community
David is an active volunteer at a local soup kitchen. The Rockland Soup Kitchen, Tomche Shabbos provides food packages for 500 families in need each week. For over 40 years volunteers like David have gathered to assemble large boxes of food for struggling families in the Rockland Community.
In addition to volunteering at the soup kitchen, David has also organized and participated in events that benefit other at-risk demographics. Recently, David hosted a group of students from Northeast Gateway to Freedom, a Newburgh non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of Newburgh’s youth. David provided the students with a tour of the Newburgh office and arranged a presentation for the students which stressed the importance of education. Click here to read more.
Recent Case Results:
- $1,750,000 Settlement – Union Worker Suffers Brain Injury. Read more.
- $1,625,000 – Fall down at Train Station – Settlement. Read more.
- $1,317,000 – Record Settlement in Picket County, TN. Read more.
- $750,000 – Motorcycle Crash – Settlement. Read more.
- $710,000 – Auto Accident – Settlement. Read more.
- $450,000 Settlement : No Cones While Mopping. Read more.
- $500,000 – Motor Vehicle Crash, Full Policy Awarded. Read more.
- $210,000 – Beacon Apartment Complex Owner Fails to Clear Ice – Settlement. Read more.
- $100,000- Reckless Driver Causes Side Swipe Crash. Read more.
- $100,000- Reckless Driver Caues Wappingers Crash. Read more.