Matthew A. Lucarelli

Esq.

About Matthew

After graduating from the Hopkins School in New Haven, Matt attended Colgate University where he studied Philosophy, developing his skills in open-minded thinking. He further honed the art of advocacy and analysis at the College of Law at Syracuse University where he graduated in 2004. Throughout his legal career, Matt has represented injured clients in a wide variety of matters, including workers’ compensation claims, slip and fall, dog bites and auto accidents. By and large, Matt has always enjoyed representing individuals, and has tirelessly advocated for the rights of injured parties and clients who have been wronged. He now focuses on representing plaintiffs and claimants in personal injury and workers’ compensation matters, as well as handling residential real estate closings.

Matt has been a long-standing member of the Waterbury Bar Association where he served as Treasurer, Vice-President, and President. He has been nationally recognized by Super Lawyers every year since 2010.

When he’s not working, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, cooking (and eating), and suffering along with the Miami Dolphins.

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Anthony J.
Interlandi

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Daniel J.
Seiden

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Maria E.
Garcia

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Matthew A.
Lucarelli

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Elsa W.
Interlandi

APRN, LNCC

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