Values like family, mutual responsibility, and commitment help to form the foundations of a credible firm. To promote these values, we are committed to service in the vibrant communities of Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and the Greater Tampa Bay area.

We are always looking for ways to serve our area. Do you have a creative idea for the community service team? Please send your suggestions to bukie@usalaw.com.

Giving Back

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Thank you to Jacqlyn, Jackie, Kim S., Michelle, Gigi and Kim's daughters (Nicki and Brooke) for representing the firm on Saturday morning and helping out at the Soup Kitchen. Jackie's friend helped out as well (both as food server & photographer). Your giving up your Saturday morning to help others is appreciated by those you helped and us. Thank you!!
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A special thank you to Linda, Marcia, Terri, Kim S. and Melissa for doing everything to make today's community event a success! We appreciate their hard work and dedication to making our firm shine in the community. It is important for all of us to remember that no matter what challenges we have in our daily lives, there are kids who light up simply because they now have their own book and a ball.
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On Saturday, March 17, 2012, Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. participated in Pinellas Park's Country in the Park. Attorneys Jacqlyn Bryant,Ian Thomas, Rhiannon Dodds Funke, Matthew Noyes, and Lorrie Robinson greeted thousands of people and answered their legal questions. One lucky visitor to the table won a gas card courtesy of Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. The firm has been giving back to the community by participating in Pinellas Park's Country in the Park for approximately ten years.
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Giving back to the community is as important as kids getting regular exercise this summer. Through their Play Project, the Clearwater personal injury law firm of Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. was able to do both on Saturday, June 11th.
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After a car accident, work injury, motorcycle accident or other personal injury matter, a person faces days, months and even years recouping from physical injuries and financial hardships caused by the accident. On April 30th, the personal injury law firm of Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. treated their clients and their families to a night out at the Clearwater Threshers ballgame. During the ball game, the attorneys provided their clients and family with food, drink and dessert. After the game, everybody enjoyed a magnificent firework display.
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The ritual of the putting on a warm pair of pajamas on a cold night and listening to a bedtime story is something that every child should enjoy. Unfortunately, many less fortunate families miss out on this tradition. The personal injury law firm of Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes wants to change this with their PCAN PJ PROJECT. Over the last several months, the law office of Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes (PCAN) has donated money, pajamas and books to over 80 children so they can enjoy a new pair of warm pajamas and a book for the holidays. Through dress-down days (where staff members paid $5 to wear jeans to work) and fun activities like "Park With the Partners" (the partners’ covered parking spaces went to the highest bidder for a week) and raffles, the staff and attorneys raised nearly $1,000 for this community project. "This is the beginning of a year-long project to say thank you to our community and to bring smiles to many children’s faces." Throughout the year, the lawyers and staff will continue their activities so that at the beginning of next summer, the law firm can give needy children cooler pajamas for the summer and a book to enjoy.
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The firm hosts several client appreciation events each year. These events give clients the opportunity to relax and have fun with the firm’s attorneys, staff, and other clients.
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Attorney Bryan Caulfield has dedicated more than three years to the EastLake Arsenal Soccer Association. Bryan recently completed his tenure as President of the Association, and has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Club. He has also been a recreational children’s soccer coach for a Boys and Girls soccer team, and a sponsor for teams. In addition, he has volunteered his time by working on field and goal maintenance and repair.
Attorney Matthew Noyes began Operation Stone Soup after his mother passed away in March 2003. She taught Matthew and his 10 brothers and sisters the art of sharing and giving. In loving memory of his mother, Matthew has spearheaded a Thanksgiving event called Operation Stone Soup. Each Thanksgiving, Matthew and his family gather enough food to provide over 70 families a Thanksgiving dinner, including a turkey and all the fixins.
Associate Attorney Lorrie E. Robinson recently participated as a “jailbird” for the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Lock-Up Fundraiser on July 29.