Little Rock Medical Malpractice Attorney
Medical Negligence Lawyer and Physician
Dr. Andrew Gross—“Andy” to his friends and clients– is both a doctor and a lawyer. He received his medical degree from the prestigious Albert Einstein College of Medicine, graduating with Honors. After graduation from medical school, Dr. Gross undertook another four years of specialized medical training in general and cardiovascular surgery, at which point he began practicing medicine and surgery in New York City. In 1995 Dr. Gross graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law and began his career representing injured people and their families in medical malpractice cases.
With a proven record of success, including multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts in several states, Dr. Gross’ clients benefit from knowledge and experience that simply cannot be matched at other law firms. Put simply, Polewski & Associates is able to quickly spot malpractice that other firms miss, and cannot be fooled by doctors claiming medical defenses that simply have no basis in science. There is no substitute for “having been there and done that”.
Medical malpractice cases often involve complex scientific issues which most of us don’t have any experience with. Proving medical malpractice requires scientific expertise and a legal team that can’t be fooled by scientific jargon– and won’t let a jury be fooled either. That is why having Dr. Gross on our team makes all the difference in the world.
Dr. Gross typically focuses on developing the medical aspects of our cases, including analyzing the medical records, taking the depositions of medical experts and treating doctors, and assisting in the preparation of medical malpractice cases for trial.
Dr. Gross is licensed to practice Medicine in the State of New York and is licensed to practice law in Texas, New York and New Jersey. He regularly litigates cases across the Southwest, including Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arkansas.
Dr. Gross is neither a partner nor an employee of the firm, but works with us as “of-counsel” on medical negligence cases and cases involving particularly complex injuries.