Biography of Gerard M. Marrone, Esquire
Gerard was born in Brooklyn, New York, in October 1973 and was raised in Ridgewood, Queens. The first child of hard working an Italian American family, Gerard attended Arch Bishop Molloy High School and later earned a B.S. in Psychology from Saint John’s University. Currently, Gerard is earning his second bachelors degree in Anthropology/Archaeology with a minor in Classical Studies from Queens College.
In 2000, Gerard graduated from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. In January 2001, he was admitted to the New York State Bar and today is an attorney in private practice in Queens.
In 1994, while protecting the honor of his younger sister, Gerard was a victim of a crime and in a cold and cowardly act was shot in the back at point blank range. A bullet lodged in his spine and he was instantly paralyzed from the waist down. Told by doctors that he would never walk again Gerard embarked on the toughest fight of his life. Against all odds and no hope of ever getting back on his feet Gerard defied reason and started walking again. About three years ago determined progress even further in his rehabilitation Gerard started boxing and is amateur fighter licensed by U.S.A. Boxing.
Gerard brings the same perseverance and determination that helped him walk again into the courtroom. A seasoned litigator and motivational speaker Gerard fights hard for the “underdog.” Whether representing a criminal defendant or someone injured by the negligence of another, Gerard speaks with passion and eloquence for those who have no voice. Gerard is truly an attorney who is sincere, honest and cares about his clients. Having experienced a life changing injury Gerard has overcome adversity and has triumphed…
Gerard is committed to achieving the maximum results and justice for his clients. He believes that each and every individual has the right to be treated with fairness and respect. Gerard seeks to remedy and protect those who been wronged and to restore their rights and honor.