David Grossman graduated from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 1994 and Cum Laude from SUNY at Stony Brook with a BA in Philosophy in 1991. After working 2 years as a Public Defender for the Legal Aid Society in Nassau County he began practicing predominantly in the area of personal injury litigation. Until 2001, Mr. Grossman regularly represented plaintiffs at trial in the areas of labor law, medical malpractice and general negligence. Since 2001, he has focused his practice to representing residents of nursing homes who have been deprived of their rights.
Mr. Grossman works with other firms as co-counsel at various levels ranging from hands-off ghost writing through trial counsel, depending on the level of participation the firms require. Mr. Grossman has numerous multi-million-dollar verdicts and obtained the highest nursing home neglect verdict and the first one to allow punitive damages in the Kings County case of Danzy v. Brooklyn Queens, where the jury awarded over $16 million dollars. Grossman has been in private Practice since 2001 and lectures to Bar Association groups on a variety of topics including trial techniques and Public Health Law 2801-d litigation.
SUNY at Stony Brook – BA in Philosophy; 1991
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center – Cum Laude; 1994