Michael Vessa – Uniondale Personal Injury Lawyer

Michael Vessa

The Law Office of Vessa Wilensky, P.C.

(516) 248-8010

(516) 522-2831


626 RXR Plaza
6th Floor
Uniondale , NY 11556

Michael Vessa

The Law Office of Vessa Wilensky, P.C.


Firm Summary

• Senior Partner, Vessa Wilensky, P.C., 1982-Present

• Listed in New York Times Super Lawyers List — Metro Edition — 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 (Family Law and Personal Injury)

• Listed in Long Island Pulse Magazine as a “Legal Eagle” — 2014

• Admitted to practice before all Courts in the State of New York (February, 1982)

• Admitted to practice before United States District Court, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of New York

• Delegate, Judicial Nominating Convention, Tenth Judicial District, State of New York

• Member, New York State, New York County and Nassau County Bar Associations

• Member, N.Y.S. Bar Association, Trial Lawyers Section

• Member, N.Y.S. Bar Association, Subcommittee on Federal Discovery Procedure, Trial Lawyers Section

• Member, Nassau County Bar Association, Committee on Ethics

• Member, Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA)

• Hearing Officer, Village of Mineola

• Past President, Senator John D. Caemmerer Republican Club of The Willistons

• Deputy Executive Leader, Senator John D. Caemmerer Republican Club of The Willistons

• Member, Kiwanis, County Seat Chapter

• Member, Lions of Mineola

• Member, Sons of Italy, America Lodge

• Member, Columbian Lawyers Association, Nassau County

• Member, Board of Directors, Heart Council of L.I., Inc.

• Licensed Real Estate Broker

• Regular lecturer to other lawyers on a variety of litigation topics for various bar associations

• Published and contributes regularly to the New York Jury Verdict Reporter on many trial related matters

• Recently obtained one of the highest pendente lite awards for attorney’s fees and expert’s fees ordered by the Court to be paid by an adverse party in a Nassau County matrimonial action

• Achieved national prominence in a case of first-impression involving the negligent transmission of the herpes virus during a competitive sporting event