Al sold his business and his home and moved his family to Las Vegas to get his bachelor's degree at UNLV. He worked full time dealing craps at a casino at night while he went to school at during the day. When he completed his degree, he moved his family back to New Jersey so he could attend law school at Seton Hall University. After graduating, he moved with his family back to Las Vegas to begin practicing law.
Fighting for victims in Las Vegas
Al worked as a law clerk for Judge Joseph Bonaventure, a respected Las Vegas judge. He then worked as a criminal defense attorney, where he spent most of his days in the courtroom getting invaluable trial experience, before moving into personal injury law. He went on to found Lasso Injury Law LLC, where he represents accident victims who are being mistreated by insurance companies.
Throughout Las Vegas, Al is known as a compassionate and aggressive attorney who won't back down when fighting for his clients. Whatever personal injury legal challenges you face, he will offer practical advice and relentless representation.
Now a successful attorney, Al has never forgotten his blue-collar roots or the way that insurance companies treated people like his brother. Insurance companies still treat people the same way. But now Al helps people fight back.
Al is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Nevada. His cases have been covered regularly in the Las Vegas Review-Journal and on television on KTNV. He also been featured on CNN, Today Show, Court TV, Headline News and many local radio programs to share his insights on high-profile local, state and national legal issues.