Alexander R. DeSevo, Esq.

Director of Litigation

Alexander R. DeSevo is a third-generation trial attorney. Both his grandfather and father were New Jersey trial lawyers. Alexander became a Trial Lawyer in 1994, when he became an Assistant Prosecutor in Hudson County, Jersey City. Following his assignment with the Prosecutor’s Office, Alexander began to work for the insurance industry, representing defendants in Slip and Fall accidents, Auto Accidents, and Workers’ Compensation claims. It was during this time that Alexander learned how insurance companies think, work, and act.

George Washington University

Pace Law School

Pennsylvania

Rubanick v. Witco Chemical Corporation and Landrigan v. Celolex Corporation “The Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Toxic Tort Litigation”.

Alexander played an important role in winning the 18th largest verdict in the State of New Jersey in 2018.

$3,300,000 settlement secured by Falcon Law Firm for a Monmouth County woman who was involved in an accident where her car was rear-ended by a truck accident.

$1,500,000 jury award was secured by the Falcon Law Firm after a Middlesex County man was injured in an auto related accident.

$1,400,000 jury award was secured by the Falcón Law Firm for a Monmouth County woman who was injured in an auto accident. She suffered a back injury that required he undergo surgery. She also sustained a brain injury. This matter is pending because of an appeal that was filed by the defendant’s insurance carrier.

$900,000 settlement for a Burlington County woman was injured in an auto accident. She sustained injuries to her neck and was unable to work after the accident.

$800,000 settlement secured by the Falcón Law Firm for an Ocean County man who was injured in a construction site accident. He sustained a neck injury that required him to undergo surgery.

$550,000 settlement was secured for a man who sustained an injury to his hand as a result of a machine. Two of his fingers were partially amputated.

$450,000 settlement was secured prior to trial by the Falcón Law firm after a Monmouth County man hit by a vehicle while he was working on a road crew. The Plaintiff required several surgeries to his knees.

Father of two, Alex and Sarah

Falcon law firm is the best of the best! Alex Desevo has been my attorney for years. He has represented me personally and professionally. I highly recommend Alex Desevo and falcon law firm this is a lawyer that actually either answers his phone or returns your call that day usually very quickly. He also actually cares about his clients this guy is actually truly helpful and he enjoys helping people so he’s real good at it. Everyone I recommend Al Desevo to ends up thanking me.

If your case isnt being handled right, then YOU too NEED Alex to fight he will do it right!!!


Jessica from Facebook April 3, 2012

I was in an accident and was referred to him by my father. However, prior to retaining him i went through several other lawyers, who all claimed they reviewed my case and due to a stipulation in my insurance policy i was told there was nothing i can do, after being rear ended at a red light I found that hard to believe, so i sought out laywer after lawyer. Finally, I found Alex, My Savior, after thoroughly reviewing my case he asked why no other lawyer would take it, I explained to him what I was told and he explained just what the problem was. Apparently they all assumed i had a zero tork policy which states you need to be permanently injured in order to file a claim. He first found that it didnt apply to me, then assisted me in finding and receiving proper medical care. Once I was able to seek medical help we found out I was injuried, my rotator cuff was torn. Turned out I needed surgry and with his help, was able to recieve the surgery at no cost to me. Then we went to court and he had got me $30,0000.00 for the pain and suffering, as well as the hardship due to the totaling of my only vehicle.

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