About Andrew Gross
Andy Gross, the founder and managing attorney at the Law Office of Andrew P. Gross, is an experienced litigator and advocate with over a decade of experience. Starting his career at the premier firm representing young children poisoned by lead paint, through his time as a Judge Advocate in the United States Army, Andy has dedicated himself and his career to serving the needs of others. Andy started his firm to serve those injured by the negligence of others, along with Veterans seeking the benefits they earned through their own service.
Born in Texas, but raised in Munich, Germany, Mr. Gross has called Maryland home for the past 20 years. He graduated from High School in Columbia, Maryland, before going on to college at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and law school at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
During law school, Andy clerked at a law firm specializing in representing children poisoned by lead-based paint. He went on to clerk for the Baltimore CIty State’s Attorney’s Office, where he later became an Assistant State’s Attorney. From there, he joined the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and was assigned to various locations around the United States, where he advised military leaders at all levels. He also had the opportunity to represent Soldiers in front of numerous Courts-Martial and Administrative Proceedings. Upon leaving the Army, Mr. Gross joined a medium-sized civil litigation firm in Towson, before returning to the firm he first clerked at as a law student. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Andy formed the Law Office of Andrew P. Gross, LLC.
He is a member of the following professional organizations:
- Young Lawyers Section and Veterans Affairs and Military Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association.
- Bar Association of Baltimore City,
- Baltimore County Bar Association
- Maryland Association for Justice
- National Organization for Veteran’s Advocates.
He is licensed to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia in local and federal courts, the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, and is accredited to represent Veterans before the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
Mr. Gross’ free time is spent with his wife and daughters in North Baltimore. He is on the Board of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake’s Young Professionals Program, and a Major in the Maryland Army National Guard.
Leveraging experience, technology, and teamwork, the Law Office of Andrew P. Gross aims to work harder and smarter to get their clients the best outcome possible while providing personal service.