Fairport, NY — Melanie L. Sarkis is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Distinguished Attorney for her professional excellence in Personal Injury Law, acknowledging her work at the Sarkis Law Firm.
As an attorney whose primary focus is representing plaintiffs, Ms. Sarkis is equipped with the legal expertise, compassion, and caring that make her unique in personal injury law. She is an excellent litigator and has proven her ability to achieve tangible results in court via her concern for her clients. Ms. Sarkis also has substantial personal injury defense experience, which gives her an advantage when dealing with powerful insurance companies.
The Sarkis Law Firm was founded in 2010 after Ms. Sarkis had spent ten years at “big box law firms” practicing both plaintiff personal injury and defense cases and complex litigation all across New York State. In her private practice, she is devoted to helping clients resolve injury matters so that the injured persons and their families can move on with their lives. She cares about the people she serves, understands their difficulties, and knows how to get results.
Born in Rochester, NY, Ms. Sarkis has made a conscious effort to remain in the area to assist those who need legal services in her community. She attended high school locally and graduated from the State University of New York College at Brockport. To prepare for a career in law, she headed to Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree and was class Valedictorian. She was admitted to the New York State Bar In 2001 and has been practicing law ever since.
Ms. Sarkis is an active member of the New York State Bar Association, among her professional memberships and affiliations.
In light of this recognition, Ms. Sarkis would like to give special thanks to her husband, Stephen J. Carozza, and her children: Zachary, Alex, and Madison. She also wishes to acknowledge her mentor, Louis B. Cristo, Esq.
For more information, visit www.sarkislawfirm.com.