Andrew D. Gross

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Plymouth, MN

Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm, LLC
 | 3675 Plymouth Boulevard, Suite 105
Plymouth, MN 55446
Phone: 763-433-2267
Fax: 763-746-7801
Selected To Rising Stars: 2018 - 2020
Licensed Since: 2013
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (60%),
  • Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff (40%)
    Attorney Profile

    An experienced attorney at Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm LLC, Andrew D. Gross focuses on cases of nursing home abuse and neglect, civil rights actions, medical malpractice, and automobile and trucking collisions. He represents the people throughout the state of Minnesota as they navigate complex medical and legal issues, and he focuses on their rights and best interests as he secures compensation for a successful future.

    A member of the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America, the American Association of Justice and the Minnesota Association of Justice, Mr. Gross is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota and the state of Minnesota. His previous work experience includes time at the Institution on Race and Poverty, where he helped enforce Minnesota’s Fair Housing laws, the University of Minnesota Land Use Clinic and the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy.

    At The College of Wooster, Mr. Gross earned a Bachelor of Arts in political theory and received honors for his senior thesis. He then moved on to the University of Minnesota School of Law, where he graduated magna cum laude, participated on the Jessup Moot Court Competition Team and made the Dean’s List while obtaining his Juris Doctor.

    Mr. Gross participated in several clergy sex abuse cases and many personal injury jury trials during his time as a law clerk in the Second Judicial District of Minnesota. A talented writer and presenter, he has published pieces on corporate liability and presented during webinars on traumatic brain injury, nursing home failure and nursing home corporate negligence.

     
    Practice Areas
    • 60%Personal Injury - General
    • 40%Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice
    Focus Areas

    Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Wrongful Death, Brain Injury, Sexual Abuse - Plaintiff, Medical Malpractice

    Selections

    top-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 3 years

    Rising Stars: 2018 - 2020

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    About Andrew Gross

    Admitted: 2013, Minnesota

    Professional Webpage: https://koslawfirm.com/the-attorneys/andrew-d-gross/

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Minnesota Association of Justice (formerly known as the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association), Member
    • United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
    • Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America, Member
    • Minnesota
    • American Association of Justice (AAJ, formerly known at the Association of Trial Lawyers of America), Member

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Accessing the private data acquired by the state investigator could uncover crucial information for your nursing home case; however, the federal government does not want you to get this data. This webinar will break down how investigations occur, what data is available, and the legal and procedural frameworks that will allow you to gather the data. , Presenter, NURSING HOME LITIGATION WEBINAR: GETTING ACCESS TO THE STATE INVESTIGATOR, 2020
    • This CLE webinar will prepare personal injury trial lawyers to depose corporate representatives in accordance with Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and its state law equivalents. The webinar will discuss best practices for meeting the 30(b)(6) notice requirements, effectively questioning the corporate representative, dealing with difficult representatives, and raising and defending objections.   Description Depositions under Fed. R. Civ. P 30(b)(6), or its many state-law equivalents, allow personal injury trial lawyers to depose a witness, whose testimony can bind the opposing entity, and who must prepare to fully address plaintiff-specified topics. Because 30(b)(6) depositions are such a powerful tool, the deponent's counsel will take full advantage of any procedural misstep by the plaintiff's attorney. The 30(b)(6) notice specifies the categories on which the witness must be prepared to testify. By including the proper mix of broad and narrow categories, the plaintiff's trial lawyer can avoid a defense claim that a deposition question is outside the scope of the notice. Plaintiff's counsel must equip him/herself with an outline of questions and the proper follow-up inquiries which, within the dictates of Rule 30(b)(6), can lock the deponent-entity into admissions. Counsel should anticipate objections to the scope of the notice, no matter how well-drafted. Deponent's counsel may designate multiple representatives whose testimony is limited to specific topics to set up a later witness to "clean up" earlier testimony. Discussion during the deposition about whether testimony does or does not fit within the scope of the notice, or, whether the witness was appropriate prepared, is a near certainty. Motion practice frequently follows a 30(b)(6) deposition. Listen as our experienced panel explains legal and practical considerations for personal injury attorneys when preparing for and conducting a Rule 30(b)(6) deposition., Presenter, Taking 30(b)(6) Corporate Representative Depositions in Personal Injury Cases, 2019
    • Presented on representing vulnerable adults. , Presenter, “Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: Neurosurgeon and Attorney Perspectives,”, 2017
    • Presented to premier nursing home abuse lawyers how they can bring civil rights lawsuits against nursing homes. , Presenter, “U.S.C. § 1983 – Holding Texas Nursing Homes Accountable for Their Violations of Resident Rights,”, Nursing Home Abuse, 2016
    • Full day presentation regarding Nursing Home litigation. , Presenter, Nursing Home Failure of Care Litigation, 2016
    • The Federal Quality Assurance Privilege., Presenter, Using Financial Records To Prove Nursing Home Corporate Negligence And The Federal Quality Assurance Privilege: Extendicare Inc. v. Hon. William Clouse, 2016
    • How to use nursing home cost reports to establish the nursing home abuse case. , Co-Author, Cost Reports: Follow the Money to Establish Corporate Liability,” (co-author with Mark R. Kosieradzki), submitted to 2015 Nursing Home Boot Camp, 2015

    Educational Background:

    • The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio, Bachelor of Arts, Major: Political Theory, Honors Senior Thesis  

    Industry Groups

    • Assisted Living Neglect
    • Nursing Home Abuse
    • Vulnerable Adult Litigation
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    Office Location for Andrew D. Gross

    3675 Plymouth Boulevard
    Suite 105
    Plymouth, MN 55446

    Phone: 763-433-2267

    Fax: 763-746-7801

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