Offices: Elmsford, NY | Norwalk,CT
Nicholas was awarded his Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law after earning his undergraduate degree from Iona College, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He is one of the founding members of the firm and is the firm’s managing partner directly supervising all administrative and financial departments.
Nicholas is a member of Cambridge Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals. He has over 30 years of defense litigation experience including Construction/Labor Law, automobile and premises cases. He is counsel to Exterior Wall and Building Consultants; Construction and Realty Services Group and Domani Consulting. Nicholas is admitted to practice in the State of New York.
New York State Bar Association
Westchester County Bar Association
Elmsford, NY Office Articles
By Scott E. Miller and Thomas M. Bona. When you look around New York, there is construction everywhere, and one of the most visually striking is the cranes that dot […]
Killing the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs: Will progressive legislation and judicial decisions do what natural disasters couldn’t do in New York?
By Craig M. Goldwasser & Thomas M. Bona. Court: New York County Supreme Court Judge: Judge Shlomo Hagler Caption: Xhevahire Hasani and Mohammed Didat v. Lounge “Dear Irving” 55 Irving […]
Norwalk, CT Office Articles
By Marc H. Pillinger, Jeffrey T. Miller and Nicholas Tarallo. What makes PMT your trusted advisor? We put your interests first. We always look at what we do from your […]
By Thomas M. Bona and Daniel O. Dietchweiler. Court: United States District Court Northern District of New York Judge: Hon. Brenda K. Sannes Case Type: Action to recover funds paid for […]
By Thomas M. Bona. When an insurance adjuster asks their defense attorney for his opinion of the case’s value, what usually happens is relatively standard. Their attorney looks at the […]
By Thomas M. Bona. One of the ways PMT is Always on Your Side is by serving as your trusted adviser and counselor. We believe that we are charged with […]