Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Long Island and New York City
John M. DelliCarpini
John DelliCarpini has decades of litigation experience in the state and federal courts of New York. He has been engaged in personal injury trial practice for more than thirty years, concentrating on claims arising from medical malpractice, construction accidents, automobile accidents and defective products.
Mr. DelliCarpini graduated from Queens College and earned his law degree from St. John's University School of Law. In his early career, he served as an assistant district attorney and tried felony cases for the Queens County District Attorney's Office. When he moved into personal injury law, he first represented insurers and defendants. He then chose to represent those injured by negligence, and has represented plaintiffs in every kind of personal injury case since 1980.
Mr. DelliCarpini is a frequent lecturer before other attorneys at continuing legal education seminars. He also is a longtime member of the New York State and Suffolk County Bar Associations as well as the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the Nassau-Suffolk Trial Lawyers Association.
Christopher J. DelliCarpini
Christopher DelliCarpini has experience in a broad variety of complex civil litigation as well as all types of personal injury practice.
Mr. DelliCarpini is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Columbia Law School. He began his career prosecuting criminal antitrust offenses with the United States Department of Justice. He then worked in corporate litigation, defending clients in complex matters involving commercial law, patents, and antitrust law. He now brings this experience to the aid of personal injury clients across the New York metropolitan area.
Mr. DelliCarpini is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the Nassau Lawyer, the journal of the NCBA, and a frequent contributor on current topics in personal injury litigation. He also is a frequent presenter at CLE seminars on civil litigation and technology issues.