Alexander W. Tesoriero Esq.
New York Personal Injury Attorney
After graduating from Columbia High School in East Greenbush, NY, I attended the Hartwick College in Oneonta, where I was a member of the football team and served on the executive board of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. I then attended Albany Law School. During my law school career, I served as the Research and Writing Editor as well as the Business Manager for the Albany Law School Journal of Science and Technology, was the Co-Director of the New York State Kinships Navigator Program which provided pro-bono legal services to the community. I was also a member of the Albany Law School Rugby Football Club. I am proud to say that during law school I was published in the New York State Bar Association Journal, in the Environmental Law Section.
Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY
Albany Law School, Albany, NY
While growing up, I was extremely involved with organized sports such as baseball, basketball, football, and wrestling. Participating in these sports instilled in me a competitive drive to win. The law, being an adversarial field, allows be to continue to compete and strive for victory.
What I love most about my job is the interaction with clients that I am able to have. Often times, when a client comes to me they are in one of, if not the, most trying times of their life. Being able to assure them that I am here to protect and assist them through this period of time is incredibly rewarding.
I have always enjoyed helping others. More often than not when a client is injured they do not know how to proceed in order to obtain justice. Becoming an attorney has allowed me to become an advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves. The ability to assist individuals in their time of need is why I became an attorney.