When individuals and companies require skilled legal representation, they rely on the Law Firm of Scamardella, Gervasi, Thomson & Kasegrande, P.C. For more than 60 years, our Staten Island attorneys have helped clients achieve their goals in litigation, business and estate matters. We take great pride in the results we have delivered to those we represent and in our long history of firm members who have served the community in numerous leadership and charity positions.
Contact Michael Gervasi today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
No matter what legal matter you’re facing, we are committed to bringing you the best possible outcome in an efficient, cost-effective manner. Call Michael Gervasi today at 718-925-3873 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Mr. Gervasi is the Managing Associate of the firm’s Litigation Department, litigating commercial and business disputes, personal injury cases, wrongful death cases, business entity dissolutions, estate matters, insurance coverage disputes, land disputes, and appeals. His dedication to clients’ causes and his researched arguments make him an effective advocate for the firm’s clients. Mr. Gervasi has successfully litigated several complex cases resulting in substantial verdicts and settlements.
Since 2012, Mr. Gervasi has served as Chair of the South Shore YMCA’s Board of Managers and on the Staten Island YMCA Board of Directors. In June 2014, Mr. Gervasi was elected as a Director of the Richmond County Bar Association. He also serves as the Attorney Advisor to New Dorp High School’s Law Program where he speaks to law classes and helps prepare students for citywide Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions. He has co-authored several articles published in the Richmond County Bar Association’s Law Journal. Mr. Gervasi is an active United States Soccer Federation certified Referee and a certified Referee Instructor. He is also a member of New York State Bar Association; Richmond County Bar Association; New York State Association of Trial Lawyers; American Association of Justice; and the American Bar Association (Litigation Section).