Law Office Of

Michael W. Pottetti


Representing Vaccine Injury Claims Nationwide

The Law Office of Michael W. Pottetti, headquartered on Long Island, New York, focus primarily on vaccine injury cases brought under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. This national program allows our office to file claims on behalf of petitioners from all 50 states. The cases are heard before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, sometimes more colloquially referred to as "Vaccine Court."

No Cost Representation

Legal representation before the US Court of Federal Claims comes at virtually no cost to you. To file a complaint in federal district court, you must pay the filing fee of $400. If you cannot afford to do so, we can file an application to allow the claim to be filed in forma pauperis (without a filing fee). As the claimant, you would likely be reimbursed for any related costs incurred as the result of pursuing a claim by the Vaccine Compensation Program at the end of the litigation process.

  • You will keep 100% of the settlement awarded to you, because attorney fees are paid for by the Court.

  • Any amount awarded to you by the court will NOT be collected by our office.

Please feel free to use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether we can assist you in your claim.




407 East Main Street

Suite 17, #74

Port Jefferson, New York 11777

➤ Email & Phone


(631) 533-3270

When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.
— Thomas Jefferson


Let's Chat.

We know that finding the right attorney to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. We offer free consultations to address whether you may have a valid claim before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Use the form below to contact us regarding what options are available under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. You may also email or call us to make an appointment.

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Do not include confidential or sensitive information in your message. Please note that there is no attorney-client relationship until your case is accepted and a retainer is signed by both parties.