Justin Grosz is the firm’s managing attorney and has been trying cases for well over twenty years. He has devoted his entire career to fighting for those who have been victimized at the hands of others. His track record of multi-million dollar victories underscores the serious nature of the cases he handles. Justin’s practice focuses on representing clients in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, product liability and medical malpractice litigation. Justin also represents those who have been victimized by acts of hazing, sexual harassment and discrimination. At Morelli Alters, Justin and the firm routinely take on some of the country’s largest corporations, businesses and wealthiest individuals to ensure that they are held accountable for their negligent or willful acts.
“The nature of our practice is such that we are generally meeting our clients at the worst time in their lives – the death of a child or loved one, a life-altering injury or when the unimaginable disaster strikes. One of the most rewarding aspects of what we do is having the ability to give our clients the comfort of knowing that they have someone who is going to fight as tirelessly for them as we would our own families, relieving them of that burden and holding those responsible for the harms they have caused.”
Prior to entering private practice, Justin served as an Assistant State Attorney with the Broward County State Attorney's Office, for the 17th Judicial Circuit for close to 12 years. During his tenure, Justin was responsible for the investigation and prosecution of career criminals charged with Homicide, Kidnapping, Armed Robbery and Carjacking. Justin also supervised fellow prosecutors in the investigation and prosecution of individuals charged with DUI Manslaughter, Vehicular Homicide and Hit and Run fatalities. Extending his commitment to the law enforcement community, Justin has also represented police officers and police departments in civil rights cases. Since entering private practice, Justin has been appointed to serve, and try cases, as a special prosecutor on a number of occasions.
Over the course of his career, Justin has tried in excess of 225 jury trials to verdict. He has a passion for his clients and for ensuring they obtain justice.
Justin is licensed to practice in Florida, Washington D.C. and New York and has been admitted, on a pro hac vice basis, to handle cases in a number of other states throughout the country including Minnesota, North Carolina and Montana. Justin is also admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, the District of Columbia and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.