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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Soup kitchens help homeless and needy people get a warm, delicious meal! Our attorneys and staff know the importance of giving back, and are always willing to give up a Saturday morning to help others.
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Whenever we face challenges in our lives, it’s important to remember that some children in our community go every day without necessities. For some families, all their resources are going toward food and shelter, leaving young children with little to play with and nothing to read. Every year, our firm strives to make sure all these kids get a book and ball, allowing them to get exercise, much-deserved play time, and of course, knowledge and the experience of getting caught up in a great story!
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For the past ten years, our firm has participated in Pinellas Park’s Country in the Park Day. At our booth, our attorneys greet hundreds of visitors and answer their legal questions. Last year, lucky visitors won a gas card or other goodies!
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We love giving back to our wonderful community, and kids love getting exercise and playing outside — thanks to Big Brothers, Big Sisters and their Play Project, we all get to do the things we love!
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We love our clients! Without former clients and their referrals, we would not be successful. Plus, we love seeing how far our clients have come since their accidents or injuries. This is why, every year, we treat our clients and their families to a night out at a Clearwater Threshers ballgame. During the game, we provide food, drinks, and dessert. Last time, there was even a magnificent fireworks show after the game!
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Putting on a pair of cozy pajamas and listening to a bedtime story is a rite of childhood. Unfortunately, many families cannot afford to spend money on books or nice pajamas. Through our PCAN PJ Project, we strive to change this. Through fun staff events, like bidding on the partner’s coveted parking spots, and raffles and donations, we were able to raise enough money to provide 80 children with pajamas and a book for the holidays. We hope to make this a yearly tradition.
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Our clients are very important to us! Throughout the year, we host several client appreciation events, including a picnic and a baseball game. These events are a great opportunity for our clients to relax, enjoy great food, and mingle with our attorneys and staff.
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Attorney Bryan Caulfield has dedicated more than three years to the East Lake Arsenal Soccer Association. Recently, he completed his tenure as the association’s president. In the past, he has served on the club’s board of directors, and been a recreational coach for both boys’ and girls’ soccer teams. In his spare time, he has volunteered to work on field maintenance and repair.
Attorney Matthew Noyes began Operation Stone Soup after his mother passed away in 2003. She taught Matthew and his ten siblings the importance of sharing and giving. In loving memory of his mother, Matthew has spearheaded Operation Stone Soup. Every year, he and his family gather enough food to provide over 70 families with a Thanksgiving dinner, including a turkey and all the fixings!
Associate Attorney Lorrie E. Robinson recently participated as a “jailbird” for the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Lock-Up Fundraiser on July 29.
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