Mr. Oliveri (center) is surrounded by fellow members of local Kiwanis clubs, joining together to provide Valentines Day flowers for the Island Assisted Living Facility in Hempstead, New York.

Firm representatives in attendance at Autism Speaks reception, March 6, 2014 in Jericho, Long Island, NY

Firm representatives in attendance at Autism Speaks reception, March 6, 2014 in Jericho, Long Island, NY

Mr. Oliveri, with Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and Temple President Lawrence Singer, sponsored event at Brooklyn’s Congregation Mount Sinai, December 2012.

Photo from The Chain Long Island business group (Mr. Oliveri is a founding member) August 2014 Day of Service at Oceanside Care Center. The Chain hosted Bingo and had a fantastic Saturday morning with the residents. We strive to make a positive difference in our communities.

The Chain, a Long Island business group founded by Mr. Oliveri, delivers a $3500 Check to ACDS and donates a memorial bench in the name of Bryanna Soplin. Bryanna was a 13 year old with Down Syndrome who was tragically killed by a hit and run vehicle. She was a participant in a ACDS program that is geared towards helping children and adults with mental handicaps.

Oliveri & Schwartz, P.C. proudly supports the Merrick Lions Club 2014 Veterans Day fundraiser for Pups Assisting Wounded Warriors.

The George K. Campbell Scholarship, one of many charitable organizations supported by the law offices of Paul F. Oliveri, Esq., supports our future generations and leaders of tomorrow with a strong foundation of morals and values. The children are afforded an opportunity to a quality education through local Catholic Education.

Mr. Oliveri proudly supports the United Cerebral Palsy foundation in Nassau County, New York.


Paul and Ana helped 5 families in Puerto Rico by providing them with water filtration systems & purifier drops, mosquito nets and bug spray, batteries, lanterns, work gloves, non-perishable food and cash.


Banks only permitted the withdrawal of limited funds from individual accounts and the wait in lines were many hours long


Gas stations rationed gas and the lines were also long -one known family waited 3 days in their van to purchase gas, which was limited to $15 per car.


 It’s now 2 months after the hurricane and more than half the population on the island remains without power and many, without potable drinking water.

Mr. Oliveri was interviewed as a guest of WHPC 90.3 Garden City, NY radio-host Raymond Schwetz. The Tower Talk business radio show, featuring Mr. Oliveri speaking about his successful Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice law practice, will be aired soon; and will also be available as a podcast on several platforms including iHeart Radio.


Paul F. Oliveri (far right) attending Long Island’s Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce lunch meeting.