Law Firm

Personal Injury, Matrimonial and Family Law Attorneys

Serving Long Island and New York City

About Our Firm

VessaLaw, whose principals have over fifty-eight years combined experience in the practice of law, concentrates its practice in the areas of matrimonial and family law and serious plaintiff’s personal injury litigation. Our attorneys serve clients in Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island, and in New York City. We are very proud that all of our attorneys have been named New York Times Super Lawyers.

Our Attorneys and Staff

The cornerstone of the firm’s daily operations is its staff. VessaLaw’s support staff consists of highly experienced and competent secretarial and paralegal personnel whose commitment to results and integrity go hand-in-hand with the ideals of the firm, as reflected in their 50+ years of collective experience with the firm.

Michael Vessa

Michael P. Vessa, Esq.


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Philip Vessa

Philip M. Vessa, Esq.


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Statement of Purpose

The benchmark of a successful law practice is measured not only in terms of the rate of success for its clients, but also on the level of relationship and integrity between counsel and client. At VessaLaw, these ideals go hand-in-hand. Our attorneys zealously serve our clients’ needs to the fullest extent possible within the permissible bounds of the law and to obtain fair and just results as expeditiously as possible. We are committed to excellence in the results we achieve for our clients and strive to have our clients feel comfortable, informed and empowered in dealing with their legal problems.

Our Facilities

VessaLaw is headquartered in the prestigious RXR Plaza buildings located on Hempstead Turnpike across from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. For our clients’ convenience, we also have offices located in New York City and we have access to facilities in Suffolk County, Long Island, as well as around the world. All of our facilities are equipped with state of the art conference rooms, offices, and computerized legal research access.

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