The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of
Florida’s Criminal Law Attorney Clementine Conde as 2015 10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys for Client
The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that
publishes an annual list of the Top 10 Criminal Law attorneys in each state. Attorneys who are selected
to the “10 Best” list must pass AIOCLA’s rigorous selection process, which is based on client and/or peer
nominations, thorough research, and AIOCLA’s independent evaluation. AIOCLA’s annual list was
created to be used as a resource for clients during the attorney selection process.
One of the most significant aspects of the selection process involves attorneys’ relationships and
reputation among his or her clients. As clients should be an attorney’s top priority, AIOCLA places the
utmost emphasis on selecting lawyers who have achieved significant success in the field of Criminal Law
without sacrificing the service and support they provide. Selection criteria therefore focus on attorneys
who demonstrate the highest standards of Client Satisfaction.
We congratulate Clementine Conde on this achievement and we are honored to have her as a 2015
You can contact Clementine Conde directly at 727-849-5353 or www.lucasmagazine.com.
Sometimes lawyer verbiage can be a little bit confusing, so today we are going to share with you what litigation is and how our firm stands out in this area. There are a lot of personal injury attorneys out there, but many of those same personal injury attorneys will not take your case to trial, if a satisfactory settlement is not reached.
When you hire Lucas Magazine, we handle your file from intake to trial. We are in the courtroom fighting for your rights. At Lucas Magazine we begin preparing your case for trial from the moment you walk through the door. In most cases insurance companies are just not going to immediately write a check for your injuries. The personal injury process is a complicated one, but at Lucas Magazine we make it easy for you.
We have award winning board certified civil trial attorneys who oversee and personally handle all of our cases. And most importantly – they will go to trial. Our litigation paralegal team has many years of experience working in the trial field.
Our attorneys, who have over 152 years of experience will be personally assisting you through depositions, mediation and most importantly – trial. Lucas | Magazine will be with you every step of the way to make the process as simple as possible.
Call us today for a free, no obligation legal consultation at (727) 849-5353
Florida law requires that your health insurance be reimbursed for any moneys they have paid on your behalf due to injuries that you have from a personal injury claim. Your health insurance must be paid back from the money received in the settlement.
Our office works closely with your health insurance company to ensure moneys paid by them for your injury is at the lowest payback possible to maximize your recovery from your personal injury claim. It is really important to keep in mind that, if you receive government assistance, such as food stamps, Medicaid or if you’re on Social Security disability, you need to inform your attorney immediately.
There are lots of personal injury attorneys around, but not all of them are familiar with government assistance and medical liens. At Lucas Magazine we have attorneys that practice social security disability law and are able to safeguard your rights, so you are not left paying back additional money after your case is settled.
If you have any questions regarding your current or a new personal injury claim and how it is affected by health insurance, government assistance or disability, we are here to help you.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL (WFLA) – A few weeks ago during a Little League game in Hudson, thieves made off with purses and wallets from at least six cars.
The thieves smashed the car windows to get in.
Haydee Solicito’s daughter snapped pictures of the damage. “I’m usually careful about my purse but this time I just slacked off. I just left it on my seat and put a white sweater on it,” Solicito said. “I’m telling everybody, ‘Take your purse with you. Don’t leave it there.’”
The crooks have hit at least 10 cars during the past two months. They robbed cars parked at Suncoast Gymnastics in Odessa. They also rummaged through cars at nearby Trinity Medical Center.
Thieves broke into Kelly Miller’s car as she watched her son play baseball. “That was pretty low. That was absolutely low. What are you gonna do? Bet I don’t leave my purse in the car again,” Miller said.
She had tucked her purse under her seat but left the strap hanging out. “Lesson learned, unfortunately the hard way,” Miller said.
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NEW PORT RICHEY — Doug Saxon wanted to put some extra “fun” into fundraising.
As part of his campaing for Honorary Governor of West Pasco, Saxon decided to stage a kickball tournament that would benefit Pasco Kids First and the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce, which sponsors the governor race.
Eighteen teams signed up for the event’s second year, according to Becky Bennett, director of development for Pasco Kids First. The nonprofit organization has program to shield children from abuse and strengthen families.
Sponsors were Faux Iron Studios, Law Offices of Lucas and Magazine, McWilliams & Son, Trinity Rotary Club and Young Professionals Group.
Prevailing as champions was Team Bilira-Kick, named after its “general manager” U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis. R-Palm Harbor. Captain Mike Ciminna led his troops, Manuel Bilirakis, Michael Bilirakis, Danny Brantley, Eric Clark, Olivia Jenkins, Dan Paasch, Stephanie Pontlitz, Summer Robertson, Beth Weinzetl, Donald Yerkes and Pam Yerkes.
Runner-up team Balls & Dolls wore orange shirts and black shorts for uniforms. They are captain Matt Goodman, Stephen Brugger, Kayla Consentino, Daniel Corriere, Roxanne Juhnke, Justin Lawrence, Stacia Leidolf, Mike Manning, Amanda Smith, Travis Trice and Nathan White.
The Spirit Award went to the Meares Plumbing team.
See-saw kickball battles raged most of the day on fields at Gulf High School and Schwettman Education Center.
The Gulf High Baseball team opened the concession stands and sold food and drinks at both fields as a fundraiser for their team.
New Port Richey City Councilman Chopper Davis came on board as an umpire. Rick Hess, executive director of Pasco Kids First, also was on the officiating crew. Others calling the shots were Pete Dawley, John Fessel, Paul Friedlander and Mario Iezzoni.
People who did not get a chance to see the kickball action can still aid Pasco Kids First. On Thursday, the Saxon 4 Safe Kids Bingo Night at CARES Elfers Center. A Ladies Night event CARES Elfers Center is set for May 29. The Saxon 4 Safe Kids Clay Shoot will be May 30.
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