Justin D. Grosz is a Partner and Co-Business Unit Leader of the Justice for Kids Division, the firm’s national practice dedicated to providing legal services to protect abused, disabled, and catastrophically injured children harmed at home, by the acts of others, in child welfare and foster care settings, and in group home settings and residential treatment centers.
Justin focuses his practice on:
- Catastrophic injury
- Child safety
- Civil rights
- Injured, abused and neglected children
- Wrongful death
A trial lawyer of more than 25 years, Justin has devoted his career to fighting for the less fortunate who have been victimized at the hands of others. He has achieved multi-million dollar awards for clients, including at-risk children, in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and other matters.
During Justin’s decade-long career as an Assistant State Attorney in Broward County, Florida, he oversaw the investigation and prosecution of violent career criminals. He also supervised fellow prosecutors in the investigation and prosecution of individuals charged with serious criminal offenses.
Since leaving public service, Justin has represented police officers and police departments in civil rights cases and has been appointed on a number of occasions to serve, and try cases, as a special prosecutor. He has tried in excess of 230 jury trials to verdict, fighting for those killed or catastrophically injured. He has helped recover millions of dollars and find justice for his clients.