Randy Grossman

Matrimonial and Family Law
Greenberg Walden & Grossman
425 59th Street
West New York, NJ 07093

Randy Grossman, a Partner of Greenberg, Walden & Grossman LLC, has extensive litigation experience handling complex matters, and has appeared in both administrative and state courts. His areas of practice include the following: personal injury; workers' compensation; defective products; construction accidents; asbestos and toxic exposures; wrongful discharge; social security disability; corporate, commercial litigation; matrimonial law; municipal, criminal law; FELA/Railroad Workers representation; and nursing home negligence. Before joining Greenberg, Walden & Grossman LLC, Mr. Grossman was a Partner at Horn Shechtman P.C.

Mr. Grossman is certified as a Workers' Compensation Law Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. He has also appeared in the New Jersey Law Journal for obtaining one of the top 20 personal injury awards of the 1999 court year for his client, who received an award of $4.16 million.

Outside of the practice of law, Mr. Grossman volunteers for the New Jersey Bar Foundation's Mock Trial Program, where he served as attorney-advisor for a Hudson county high school in its county and state competitions.


J.D., Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, 1985
Honors: Research Editor, Touro Law School Moot Court Board

B.A., George Washington University, 1982
Major: Psychology
Honors: Dean's List


New Jersey State Bar

New York State Bar

District of Columbia State Bar

U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey

U.S. Tax Court

U.S. Court of Appeals Federal Circuit

U.S. Supreme Court

Previous Employment Positions

Horn Shechtman, P.C., Partner

Classes & Seminars Taught

This Year in Workers' Compensation - The Top 10 Issues and Cases, ICLE & WILG-NJ (Workplace Injury Litigation Group of NJ), April 14, 2004

Five Concurrent Seminars: Top Issues in Workers' Compensation 2005: Advanced Issues in Medical Treatment and Temporary Disability Benefits Motions, Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey, December 3, 2005

Mock Trial Workshops - Bayonne High School, New Jersey State Bar Foundation - Hudson County Bar Association, 1993 - Present

Five Concurrent Seminars - Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey, Workers' Compensation Section, December 2, 2006

Professional Associations and Memberships

New Jersey Bar Foundation
Attorney Advisor, Mock Trial Program

Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey

New Jersey State Bar Association

Hudson County Bar Association

Published Works

How to Apply for Counsel Fees Under the New Administrative Directive, New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, this Year in Workers' Compensation, 2004

Advanced Issues in Medical Treatment and Temporary Disability Benefits Motions, Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey, Top Issues in Workers' Compensation, 2005

Third Party Actions and State Disability Liens, Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey, Five Concurrent Seminars - Workers' Compensation, December 2, 2006


Top 20 Personal Injury Award, published in the New Jersey Law Journal, 1999

Founding Member and Trustee of Workplace Injury Litigation Group - New Jersey Chapter, 2002 - Present

Master, Hudson County Inns of Court, 2005 - 2006


American Sign Language

Representative Cases

Sonia Rodriguez v. Coach USA, A-2610-04T5 (New Jersey Appellate Division 2006)

Ramon Diaz v. Pablo Morillo, et.als., A-1082-03T3 (New Jersey Appellate Division 2004)

Culbert v. City of Jersey City, A-6577-99T1 (New Jersey Appellate Division 2001)

Bertha Gamble v. Jersey City Board of Education, A-5105-97T2 (New Jersey Appellate Division 1999)

John Cohen v. Dexter Knitting Mills, A-000098-97T2 (New Jersey Appellate Division 1998)

Costa v. City of Jersey City, A-2911-96T2 (New Jersey Appellate Division 1998)

Laffey v. City of Jersey City, 146 N.J. 500 (1996) (New Jersey Supreme Court 1996)

Urbanski v. Simone, A-2132-91T3 (New Jersey Appellate Division 1993)

Marcia Murray et.als. v. Pelican Resort & Casino, A-150-91-T3 (New Jersey Appellate Division 1992)