Nicole M. Varisco is a partner in the Westchester office of Brooks, Berne & Herndon, PLLC. She is member of the litigation practice group and focuses on providing her clients with the fastest, most cost effective resolution for their legal issues. She handles cases from inception through trial and, if necessary, appeal.
Nicole focuses her practice on litigation of medical malpractice, long term care and general liability claims. She represents health care providers from a variety of disciplines and institutional settings. She is also experienced in property claims, premises liability, insurance coverage disputes, construction litigation (including NY Labor Law claims and construction), as well as litigation stemming from catastrophic weather events. She litigates these cases in both state and federal courts throughout New York and New Jersey.
Ms. Varisco is admitted to practice law in the New York and New Jersey state and federal courts. She obtained her undergraduate degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Rockland County, New York and earned a law degree cum laude from Pace University School of Law in White Plains. She is a member of the Association for Healthcare Risk Management, Westchester Women’s Bar Association, the Defense Association of New York, CLM, and the New York State Bar Association. Prior to joining this firm, Ms. Varisco worked at several national law firms.
In her spare time, Ms. Varisco volunteers for the Hudson Valley Chapter of Make A Wish. She also enjoys basketball and hiking.
Davidson v. Probation Child Support Enforcement Services, 2019 WL 3416847 (D.N.J. 2019) (Summary judgment granted dismissing Complaint against corporate defendant).
Messina v. Morton Village Realty, Inc., 604204/2014 (Nassau Sup. Ct. 2014) (Summary judgment granted in a favor of defendant/landowner dismissing case in its entirety).
Scarduzio v. Ryan, 926.N.Y.S.2d 909 (2d Dep’t 2011) (Improper calculation of support obligation reversed on appeal in favor of client).
Cabral v. Cabral, 929 NY.S.2d 155 (2d Dep’t 2011) (Appellate Court reversed improper calculation of child support against client/defendant).
New York, 2011
New Jersey, 2012
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
St. Thomas Aquinas College
Pace University School of Law