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Bryon Gross

Law Office of Bryon W. Gross

Rochester, NY 14519

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Law
  • Insurance Defense
  • DUI Defense
  • Internet Law
  • Professional Liability
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Bryon W. Gross, Esq.


 Bryon W. Gross provides complete and comprehensive legal services to non-profit organizations, their Boards of Directors as well as to individuals, families, corporations and institutions involved with charitable organizations and giving. I counsel nonprofit organizations on a broad range of general matters, from pre-entity business planning to active organization legal advise.

                                         Beyond the Law Offices of Bryon W. Gross

Bryon is very active with the American Red Cross as an Instructor as well as a volunteer with the Disaster Action Team (D.A.T.)

Bryon has made appearances on Western New York area TV and news radio programs addressing a variety of civil litigation cases.

Bryon also serves as a Director on the Board of Directors for a Not-for-Profit entity serving developmentally disabled individuals.

                                                            Honors and Awards

* Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Law.
* Selected as a recommended Insurance Defense Attorney by A.M. Best.
* Featured Attorney on (May and June 2010)


• Conducted Seminars in Cananda and the U.S.
Need to Know about Freedom of Information Request and Public Records.
• Author, "International Transactions – Where do we go from Here”, Western New England College School of Law, (Spring 1990).

Undergraduate: St. Lawrence University
Law School: Western New England College
Admitted to Bar: 1991
Practice Areas: Personal > Professional Liability
Personal > Personal Injury
Personal > Criminal Law
Business > Internet Law
Business > Insurance Defense
Personal > DUI Defense
Organizations: American Red Cross
Gender: Male
Children: More Than 2 Children
Age: 48
City of Residence: Varies
Home Town:
Home State:
My Interests Volunteer Activities, Disaster Relief Operations
My Politics: Moderate
My Choice For President:
Favorite Justice: Clarence Thomas
Favorite Books: Bible and The Big Book of AA
Favorite Movies: Saving Private Ryan
Favorite Music: Christain and Classical Rock
Favorite Restaurants: Sushi and Steak Houses
Favorite Travel: Central America
Favorite Quote: "For He has delivered me out of all trouble. . ." Psalm 54:7a.
About Me: Happily married with 4 children. Active with the American Red Cross.

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Posted by Bryon Gross on 9.25.11 in Articles.

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) protects the interests of participants and their beneficiaries who depend on benefits from private employee benefit plans. ERISA sets standards for administering these plans, including a requirement that financial and other information be disclosed to plan participants and beneficiaries and requirements for the processing of claims for benefits under the plans.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 10.9.11 in Employment.

I already did. Bank of America foreclosed of thousands of homes knowing that the underlying documentation, especially the Promissory Note, was fraudulent. We taxpayers provided $20 billion of cash and $100+ billion of trash-asset guarantees. What did Bank of America do with it? Loan it to its consumers or small business shops? Nope, it was used to pay Merrill Lynch executives 21 billion in bonuses. The rest is being used to imitate and continue foreclosures against homeowners and to lobby the federal and state governments to cease their investigations into criminal and civil wrongdoing. Plea
Posted by Bryon Gross on 10.13.11 in Articles.

Are you wondering just how Attorney and client communications via text messaging is after you delete them? For most people (including Attorneys), the answer is ...don't worry.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 11.12.11 in Articles.

Could identity thieves be using your personal and health insurance information to get medical treatment, prescription drugs or surgery? Could dishonest people working in a medical setting be using your information to submit false bills to insurance companies? Medical identity theft is a twist on traditional identity theft, which happens when someone steals your personal information. Like traditional identity theft, medical ID theft can affect your finances; but it also can take a toll on your health.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 12.11.11 in Articles.

Deceptive pitches for investments often misrepresent or leave out facts in order to promote fantastic profits with little risk. No investment is risk-free and a high rate of return means greater risk. Before investing, get written information such as a prospectus or annual report. Beware if a salesperson
Posted by Bryon Gross on 1.7.12 in Articles.

If you've ever applied for a credit card, a personal loan, or insurance, there's a file about you. This file is known as your credit report. It is chock full of information on where you live, how you pay your bills, and whether you've been sued or arrested, or have filed for bankruptcy. Credit reporting companies sell the information in your report to creditors, insurers, employers, and other businesses with a legitimate need for it. They use the information to evaluate your applications for credit, insurance, employment, or a lease.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 7.18.12 in Articles.

The FBI has recently been made aware of various malware attacking Android operating systems for mobile devices. Some of the latest known versions of this type of malware are Loozfon and FinFisher.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 11.9.12 in Articles.

A drug court is a specialized or problem-solving court-based program that targets criminal offenders and parents with pending child welfare cases who have alcohol and other drug addiction and dependency problems. It is money well spent.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 1.12.13 in Criminal Law.

A drug court is a specialized or problem-solving court-based program that targets criminal offenders and parents with pending child welfare cases who have alcohol and other drug addiction and dependency problems. It is money well spent.
Posted by Bryon Gross on 1.12.13 in Criminal Law.