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   Kentucky (1980)
   Indiana

Phil Grossman graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1977 and from the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law in 1980. He was admitted to the practice of law in Kentucky in 1980 and is admitted to practice law in Indiana. He concentrates his practice in plaintiff's personal injury cases. These include medical negligence, including cerebral palsy and other birth trauma cases, product liability, automobile accident, truck accident and other cases involving injuries to people. The cases he handles range in nature from those involving fractures and serious disabling injuries to those resulting in catastrophic injuries such as brain injury, paralysis and wrongful death.

He has been admitted as a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Membership in the Forum is limited to trial lawyers who have demonstrated exceptional skill, experience and excellence in advocacy by achieving a trial verdict, award or settlement in the amount of one million Dollars or more. He is listed in the Kentucky Superlawyers publication in the area of plaintiff’s medical negligence by the publishers of Law and Politics. He has served the Louisville Bar Association, including as its President in 1996. He is currently a member of the Board of Governors of the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys. He is a Founder and Master of the Louis D. Brandies American Inn of Court. He has served as a presenter at seminars on Medical Negligence, Brain Injury and Trial Practice. He has provided public service by participating on the boards of the Louisville Bar Foundation, Brain Injury Association of Kentucky and the Kentucky Disabilities Coalition. In 2003 he received the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Distinguished Alumni Award and in 2007 he received the Louisville Bar Association Distinguished Service Award.

He has been recognized in the publication of Kentucky Super Lawyers 2007 and 2008, and is one of Louisville's Top Lawyers as Picked by Their Peers, 2008. He is also AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

ARTICLES/ABSTRACTS

"Loss of Enjoyment of Life as a Separate Item of Damages", Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
The Advocate, Vol 15, No 1, p. 12; 1988

"Bad Faith, The ERISA Trap", Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
The Advocate, Vol 16, No 1, p. 14; 1989

"Financial and Legal Resources",
The Kentucky Head Injury Association Resource Journal, 1990 Edition, pp. 34-36

"Post Settlement Techniques: Medicaid Qualifying Trusts", Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys;
co-author M. Fernandez
The Advocate, Vol 18, No 4, p. 10; 1991

"Financial and Legal Resources"
The Kentucky Head Injury Association Resource Journal
1993 Edition, pp. 20-30

“Admiralty Pleasure Craft Collisions”
The Advocate, Vol 28, No 3 pp 6-9; 2001

“How Might Jurors Be Affected by the September 11 Terrorist Attacks”
Robert Betler, PhD; Stuart Miles, PhD;and H. Philip Grossman
The Advocate, Vol 28, No 6 pp 6-7; 2001

“How Might Jurors be Affected by the September 11 Terrorist Attacks” Part II Robert Betler, PhD
Stuart Miles, PhD, and H. Philip Grossman
The Advocate, Vol 29, No 2, April 2002

“Recommend Procedures for Obtaining Medical Records in Kentucky,
Pursuant to HIPAA” Anne K. Guillory, H. Philip Grossman, James Blaine Lewis
www.loubar.org

HIPAA: Practical Guide for Litigators, Anne K. Guillory, H. Philip Grossman
Litigation Section of the Louisville Bar Association April 1, 2003

A Year in the Life of HIPAA: New Tips, Observations and Suggestions for Improvement
H. Philip Grossman and Anne K. Guillory,
American Bar Association Law Trends and News Litigation, October 2004

PRESENTATIONS

Deposition Techniques for the New Litigator, Louisville Bar Association
January 9, 1988; January 16, 1988, Lecturer

Trial Advocacy Workshop, Trial of a Dram Shop Case, Louisville Bar Association
April 21-22, 1988, Lecturer

Mastering the Art of Cross-Examination" Louisville CLE Institute
April 14, 15, 1989, Lecturer

"Hot Topics"Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
Social Hosts and Unsupervised Parties
April 28, 1989,Lecturer

Litigator of the 1990's "Disappearing Evidence", Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, February 2-3, 1990,Lecturer

"Mastering the Art of Trial Advocacy",Louisville CLE Institute
April 26-27, 1990, Lecturer

Probate and Estate Section, Louisville CLE Institute
"Wrongful Death and Catastrophic Injuries",
June 1, 1990, Lecturer

Proving the Head Injury Case, A Day With the Professionals
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, Kentucky Head Injury Association
June 28, 1990, Lecturer

Preserving Assets: The Medicaid Qualifying Trust
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
April 20, 1991, Lecturer

"Avoiding Conflicts of Interest",Louisville CLE Institute
May 1, May 22, 1991, Lecturer

Tort and Insurance Law Update, Louisville CLE Institute
March 25, 1992, Lecturer

A Case Study in Estate Planning and Administration; "Wrongful Death"
Louisville CLE Institute, May 27, 1993, Lecturer

“Jury Sympathy” Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
Jury Selection Seminar, June 11, 1993, Lecturer

The Initial Evaluation of a Medical Malpractice Claim
Medical Malpractice Case Law Update, Louisville Center for CLE
June 28, 1994, Lecturer

Masters in Trial Advocacy -- Head Injury
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
April 10, 1995, Lecturer

Damages Seminar, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
August 18, 1995, Lecturer

Handling the Brain Injury Case. Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
February 25, 1998,Lecturer/Program Chair
Medical Malpractice in Kentucky, Louisville Bar Association
March 22, 2000, Lecturer

Trying The Medical Negligence Case In the Year 2000
Louisville Bar Association,
June 21, 2000, Lecturer

Maximizing Recovery for your Clients, A Lawyer’s Guide to Focus Groups
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
March 23, 2001, Lecturer

Federal Causes of Action and Procedure; Daubert Issues
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
March 30, 2001, Lecturer/Program Chair

Sovereign Immunity, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
September 14, 2001, Lecturer

Building a Strong Medical Malpractice Case
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys,
November 8, 2002, Program Chair/Lecturer

HIPAA: A Practical Guide for Litigators, Louisville Bar Association
April 1, 2003, Lecturer

What’s New in Peer Review Privacy and HIPAA Regulations
Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, Annual Convention
May 15, 2003, Lecturer

What Every Lawyer and Judge Needs to Know about HIPAA
Kentucky Bar Association,
June 12, 2003, Lecturer

Pre-suit and Informal Discovery, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
April 16, 2004, Lecturer

Pre-suit and Informal Discovery, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys
April 23, 2004, Lecturer

Law as a Profession, LBA Leadership Academy
November 17, 2006, Lecturer

Essentials for Winning Your Auto Case, Kentucky Justice Association
June 15, 2007; June 19, 2007, Program Chair