Peter Iannuzzi Esq.
New York Personal Injury Attorney
I graduated from Siena College Magna Cum Laude in 2014 with a degree in Political Science. During my time at Siena College, I was admitted to the political science honor society, Pi Sigma Alpha and received a Certificate in Pre-Law. Upon graduation I attended Western New England University’s School of Law. I received my Juris Doctor, Cum Laude in 2017. For the 2016-2017 year, I was the production editor for Volume 39 of Western New England’s Law Review.
- New York Bar, 2018
- New York State Bar Association – 2016
- Siena College – Magna Cum Laude – 2014
- BA in Political Science
- Western New England University School of Law – 2017 – Cum Laude
- Juris Doctor
I was raised by hardworking and loving parents who always tried to help others and put family first. They instilled in me a strong moral code that led me to want to help those in need. Throughout my high school years, I began to better appreciate the legal profession and I learned how a skillful advocate can successfully change someone’s life for the better. It was at this point in time that I knew I wanted to become a lawyer and work within the justice system to help better the lives of others.
The most rewarding part of my job are the people – those I work with and those I represent. Everyone at Sobo and Sobo provides endless support, insight, and guidance. Furthermore, I love working with the clients. Nothing is better than helping those who have suffered from an unfortunate injury and getting them fully compensated for their loss.
I became a lawyer because I wanted to help make a difference in people’s lives and provide a helping hand to those who are dealing with legal problems.
I approach each case as if it is my only case and devote my full attention to getting my clients compensated for their loss. I understand that to the client their case is the most important thought on their minds, and I treat each case as such. It is my goal to work as hard as I can on every case to obtain a fair and just outcome.