Daniel Melucci obtained his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. He gained substantial litigation experienced at various litigation firms before founding a private practice in 1995. In private practice he handled diverse matters before including personal injury, bankruptcy and civil litigation. He has been recognized for representing September 11 Victims on a pro bono basis. His professional experience includes representing many people that sustained personal injuries, as well as numerous individual debtors in bankruptcy matters. He believes everyone is entitled to justice, to a second chance, and a fresh start. He is experienced in handling civil matters from inception through trial and appeal.
Daniel Melucci has more than 25 years of experience in various areas of law, primarily civil litigation and bankruptcy/foreclosure matters. He has handled numerous matters from inception through trial and appeal. He has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for his injured clients. He has saved countless people from crushing debt and prevented foreclosure on their homes. His background includes courtroom, negotiation, client interaction and management skills. He has represented persons injured in construction accidents, automobile accidents, falls and ceiling collapses. He has both prosecuted and defendant commercial lawsuits for many businesses. He is fluent in Spanish.
In 1992, Daniel Melucci was admitted to the New York State Bar; in 1993, admitted to the United States District Courts, EDNY & SDNY; and in 2006, admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He regularly handles matters in the New York State and Federal Courts where he has both tried cases and argued appeals. He is often brought in by other law firms in an of counsel capacity to assist with difficult matters.
Daniel Melucci is a member of the New York City, New York State and Nassau County Bar Associations. He is a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. He is a certified Part 36 Guardian Ad Litem. He is accredited to appear before the Department of Veterans Affairs. He was recognized for representing September 11 Victims on a pro bono basis.