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Mr. Bross is the founder of Bross & Frankel, P.A. He has been licensed in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1981. Before opening his own office in 1995, Mr. Bross was the chief New Jersey partner for 10 years for the civil litigation firm of Marks, Feiner, Fridkin & Bross. Mr. Bross was formerly a Benefit Authorizer for the Social Security Administration, and has utilized his experience to compile an outstanding record of success representing clients before the Social Security Administration.
Mr. Bross is a sustaining and active member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR), the New Jersey chapter of the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), and various county associations. Mr. Bross has served as an insurance arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association and the court-administered arbitration programs in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Philadelphia counties. He is also a certified arbitrator for the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey (federal court), where one of his recent victories against a long-term disability insurer was published in the New Jersey Law Journal.
Mr. Bross speaks frequently on disability and insurance issues to various local support groups as well as to physicians and attorneys. He most recently lectured on Social Security Disability/SSI issues to other attorneys on behalf of the National Business Institute. He also has written a regular column for the Camden and Burlington County Woman newspapers for the past 10 years.
Mr. Bross volunteers his time, resources, and expertise to a number of local charitable and service organizations, including the Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Arthritis Foundation, and various veterans’ groups. He is proud to have worked for Trial Lawyers Care, providing free legal services to victims of the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack.
A graduate of Rutgers College in New Brunswick and Rutgers School of Law in Camden.