Justin S. Dross, Esquire, has dedicated his entire career to helping people get the legal attention they deserve. He believes that hard work, foresight, and preparation are the most important factors in handling every case, and those values, combined with his extensive litigation and trial experience, have made him extremely successful in pursuing every case to the best possible result.
Mr. Dross started practicing law in 1993, when he joined his father’s law firm, Dross, Levenstein, Perilman & Kopstein. He was extremely fortunate to be taken under the wing of his father, Irving Dross (1937-2005), a prominent litigation and trial attorney, and to receive extraordinary experience during his early years of practice. He rapidly rose through the ranks of the personal injury and general litigation fields and carved out a reputation for diligent and meticulous work in very difficult personal injury cases. He became a full partner at DLPK in 1999, and continued with the firm until 2006.
In July of 2006 he opened his own firm, The Law Offices of Justin S. Dross, LLC, where he continued to specialize and excel in a wide variety of personal matters and other general litigation cases. On February 1, 2017, he joined forces with Joshua Berman, and launched Dross Berman, LLC. Today, with over 22 years of experience, he is a seasoned litigation and trial attorney with a true passion for representing injured people. He has conducted more than 60 jury trials, and over 150 bench trials, arbitrations and mediations in numerous areas of personal injury, general litigation and criminal defense.
Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, J.D. 1993
University of Maryland, College Park, B.A. Political Science 1990
United States Army, Active Duty, Bindlach, West Germany 1984-1986
District of Columbia
Federal District Court for Maryland
Federal District Court for the District of Columbia
Maryland Association for Justice (formerly Maryland Trial Lawyers Association)
Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
American Association for Justice (formerly ATLA)
Montgomery County Bar Association
Prince Georges County Bar Association