Dominick Bonino was raised in New York City and graduated from Bloomfield College, in Bloomfield, New Jersey with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 1993. He then began working as a legal investigator developing personal injury cases for various New York Area law firms, which fueled his desire to pursue a career as an attorney. Dominick attended the Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas where he received his Juris Doctorate in 1997.
After graduating law school, Dominick worked with a boutique law firm representing predominantly Spanish-speaking injured workers and individuals in Houston and San Antonio, Texas. After relocating back to the New York Area in 2000, he represented plaintiffs, large corporations and several Northern New Jersey municipalities in the areas of Personal Injury, Tort Litigation, Workers' Compensation and Landlord-Tenant Law. Dominick has also worked with a national Social Security Disability Organization for over 10 years attending hearings in over 38 states and territories on behalf of individuals seeking Social Security Disability benefits. The experience working for both the corporate and governmental entity as well as the injured, chronically ill and disabled individual has given Dominick the insight and understanding how to develop and defend his cases. This dedication and experience is what he brings to both the Social Security and Personal Injury Divisions at Foy and Associates.
Dominick is admitted in the States of Georgia and Texas. Dominick is also licensed to practice before the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits, the Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas as well as the Middle and Northern District Courts of Georgia. Dominick is fluent in Italian and Spanish. In his free time, he enjoys time with his family and friends, traveling to discover great foods, interesting cultural and historical sites, as well as enjoying outdoor activities and all that Metro Atlanta has to offer.