Overview And Experience
Thomas Tona is the founding attorney and sole shareholder of Tonalaw. Since earning his Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University School of Law in 1993, Thomas Tona has gathered a quarter century’s experience as a New York State trial attorney with an emphasis on Plaintiff’s Personal Injury and No-Fault Collections. He has spent the last 20 years cementing his firms culture and reputation for excellence.
A born and bred Long Islander,Tonalaw is based out of Suffolk County, where they handle New York Plaintiff’s Personal Injury, No-Fault Collections, and Civil Litigation cases. Mr. Tona oversees and manages all three divisions. He personally handles the high stakes Personal Injury cases involving traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, falls, trucking accidents and automobile accidents.
TonaLaw currently represents hundreds of healthcare providers and injured parties seeking reimbursement of wrongly denied no-fault claims, resolving in excess of 5,000 no-fault collection claims that have been wrongly denied by insurance carriers every year.
The firm also represents a wide array of civil litigation clients when they have a legal dispute with another party over monies owed.
In his 25 years of practicing law, Tom and the law firm, have established and maintained a record of uncompromising excellence, including:
-An Avvo rating of 10 (Click here to see the Avvo ratings and reviews)
-In 2016 earned the Avvo Client’s Choice Award
-In 2017 a 5 star Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent peer rating for Highest Level of Professional Excellence (Click here to see the Martindale ratings and reviews
-Over 115 five star reviews online (Click here to see reviews from across the web
-Become a member of the Keenan Trial Institute, American Association of Justice, and the NYS Trial Lawyers.
-In 2017, he was awarded the Atticus Phoenix Award.
-In 2018, he was awarded the Atticus Game Changer Award.
In his personal life, Tom enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, two dogs, and cat at his Suffolk County Northshore residence. He trains Brazilian Jiu Jitsu three times a week at Emerson Souza BJJ in Baldwin, where he earned his black belt in 2017.