Victor Fusco, Managing Partner, Fusco, Brandenstein & Rada, P.C. & Past President of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives
Victor Fusco, Esq., is one of the founding members of Fusco, Brandenstein & Rada, P.C. Mr. Fusco received his undergraduate degree from Hofstra University in 1972, and his law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1975.
Mr. Fusco is a frequent lecturer and writer in the areas of Social Security, Workers' Compensation and media relations at such places as the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations, the New York State Bar Association and the Practicing Law Institute, the New York Injured Workers' Bar Association, and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives. His columns appear in numerous union newsletters and local papers.
He is the founding president of the New York Social Security Bar Association, and a founding member of the Social Security Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and board member and a past-president of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives.
Since March of 1999, he has been the host of "Labor Lines" a program about working men and women and the organizations that represent them heard twice weekly on WGBB 1240 AM radio (Thursday at 7:00 PM and Saturday at 6:30 PM) and simultaneously webcast on www.am1240wgbb.comand also on WLIE 540 AM (Wednesdays at 8:00 PM) webcast on www.wlie.com.
He is a member of the Advisory Boards of the Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center; The Lupus Alliance Long Island/Queens Affiliate and The Labor-Management Center of which he is also a faculty member. He is the past-president of the Greater New York Safety Council and New York Social Security Bar Association.
He has received awards from the LI Federation of Labor, the Lupus Foundation, the Foundation Fighting Blindness, the Children of Hope Foundation, The New York State Assembly, the Suffolk County Corrections Officers' Association, CSEA Local 880, The Town of Oyster Bay, The Town of Hempstead, The Nassau County Police Department and other civic, labor and charitable organizations.