Gross Law Office is pleased to announce that we now provide notarial services for clients and/or the public at large. Notarial services include: Oaths or Affirmations Verifications Affidavits I9 Verifications PA Dept. of Motor Vehicle Forms Proper identification is required. Appointments are preferred. Please call to schedule: 610-841-3512 We look forward to serving you!

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I am excited to announce a big development for my firm: I’ve entered into an “Of Counsel” relationship with The Law Offices of Richard D. Director. Richard Director is a highly regarded attorney with vast experience in the fields of workers’ compensation and social security disability law. Richard and I have known each other for…

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Attorney Gross has been selected to this year’s Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list. Super Lawyers uses a multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The Super Lawyers publication is a credible resource for those seeking legal counsel. It provides as a diverse list of…

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Gross Law Office is pleased to announce that Attorney Gross has been selected as a 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. Pennsylvania Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who, through a peer review and independent research process, have been identified as attaining a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only the top…

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During the course of a workers’ compensation claim, the insurance carrier may elect to hire a nurse case manager to help facilitate medical care. My clients often ask about the purpose of the nurse case manager. The following provides some helpful information about the role of the nurse case manager and your rights as the…

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Abigail Gross, Esquire, has recently been elected as the Vice-Chair of the Lehigh County Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Committee. The workers’ compensation committee is a specialized subsector of the Bar Association, comprised of local attorneys who specialize in the practice of workers’ compensation law. The committee conducts regular meetings to afford its members the opportunity…

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The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry has determined that the Statewide Average Weekly Wage, or the maximum compensation payable under the PA Workers’ Compensation Act, shall be $1,049.00 per week for injuries occurring on and after January 1, 2019. Under the PA Workers’ Compensation Act, injured workers are entitled to indemnity (wage-loss) benefits equal…

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If you have been injured on the job and the insurance company has accepted your claim, you are entitled to receive wage loss and/or medical benefits. In theory, those benefits could continue indefinitely. But absent extreme circumstances, no one stays on workers’ compensation forever. The insurance company won’t let a claim proceed without taking steps…

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