Ross is an experienced advocate representing individuals in personal injury and wrongful death cases, and has successfully represented clients in a wide range of individual cases, including complex vehicular collisions, defective products, construction-site accidents, dangerous property conditions, and ridesharing, pedestrian and bicycle collisions.
Ross has extensive experience guiding his clients through every stage of the litigation process. He specializes in representing injured workers on their third-party claims, requiring the unique knowledge of both the workers’ compensation and civil legal systems. Ross dedicates his legal skills and passion to the service of others, building strong relationships and accountability with his clients to achieve the best results.
Before starting his legal career, Ross worked as a licensed captain, sailing on Lake Superior during the summer months. Prior to joining Jones Clifford in 2016, Ross advocated for housing rights, representing tenants throughout the Bay Area facing wrongful evictions, tenant harassment, or living in uninhabitable housing conditions. Representing individuals who suffered from the negligence of others, Ross gained formative civil litigation experience and honed his ability to advocate and tell the stories of his clients.
Ross grew up in northern Wisconsin, and made San Francisco his home in 2006. After receiving his B.A. from the University of San Francisco in 2010, he earned his juris doctor in 2013 from the University of San Francisco School of Law.
Since 2020, Ross has been recognized by his peers as a Northern California Super Lawyer, Rising Star which is an honor bestowed on fewer than 2.5% of California Lawyers.
Ross is currently a member of the Hellenic Law Society of Northern California, the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice, and the San Francisco Bar Association. He loves the outdoors, and in his free time enjoys skiing, mountain biking, and surfing. He also enjoys exploring the San Francisco Bay Area with his dog, Kobe.