Robert Vilensky

Robert Vilensky has been providing outstanding legal advice and representation to his clients for nearly 25 years. His vast legal knowledge enables him to accurately assess a case and recommend the most effective legal action, accounting for the impressive results for his clients.

Bob Vilensky has been featured regularly in the New York Post, Telemundo and other news stations for his work with high-profile civil rights, police brutality, unlawful arrest, and even COVID-19 lawsuits in NYC. 

A summa cum laude graduate of the State University of New York, Cortland, Mr. Vilensky earned his law degree (magna cum laude) in 1980 from the University of Dayton, where he served on the Law Review editorial staff and was chief of the Litigation Support Team.

Before becoming a partner with Ronemus & Vilensky, Mr. Vilensky worked with reputable law firms in New York, including Paul Rheingold and Queller & Fisher, honing his skills in medical malpractice, lead poisoning, and complex torts.

Mr. Vilensky has written extensively for the New York Law Journal and The Trial Lawyers Quarterly. His articles have covered a wide range of topics having to do with federal and state law issues related to serious injury cases.

Licensed to practice in the state of New York, Mr. Vilensky holds memberships in many professional organizations, including The Association of Trial Lawyers of the City of New York, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and The American Bar Association.

Mr. Vilensky has been asked to speak at functions conducted by the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, The Brooklyn Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, and the Lorman Education Services on topics including medical records, lead poisoning, trial tactics, anatomy and physiology, and legal discovery.