Suffolk Personal Injury Lawyer C. Alex Maltese
Suffolk County Personal Injury Lawyer C. Alex Maltese
Attorney Alex Maltese has been a practicing attorney for
more than seventeen years. He was born and raised in Huntington, New York. For his entire career he has represented the victims of personal injury accidents. He is the son of Carl P. Maltese, founder of the firm.
His practice is limited to representing clients who have been injured due to the negligent or reckless acts of others, including those injured in motor vehicle accidents,construction accidents (link to construction accident page), slips and falls (link to slip and fall page) and other causes.
From 2016 to 2019 Alex has been rated a Super Lawyer. This award is based upon independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. The award is given to less than 5% of the Attorneys in New York.
In 2014 and 2015 Alex received the “Rising Star” award by Super Lawyers. This award is for attorneys under forty years in age and is given to less than 2.5% of the Attorneys in New York.
He and his wife Diane have two children and live in Huntington.
“I had an excellent experience with this law group. Alex Maltese handled my case flawlessly. It was handled professionally and with great care. Alex M. was always responsive with any questions I had and I felt like I received the best outcome with Alex M. at the helm. I highly recommend Alex M. and this law firm for settlement litigation.”
Google Review 5 Stars – T.N.
- Admitted to practice law in the State of New York
- Admitted to practice law in the State of Florida
- United States District Court, Eastern District
- United States District Court, Southern District
- Providence College, Bachelor of Arts
- Touro College School of Law
- Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Member of New York State Trial Lawyers
- Member of Suffolk County Bar Association
- Member of the Suffolk County Bar Association Supreme Court Committee
- Past President Suffolk County Columbian Lawyers
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