Attorney LoCascio grew up in New Jersey, and completed his first year of college there. He then moved to Florida and attended Florida State University; obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in political science with a minor in biology and chemistry, and a Master’s Degree in molecular biology. Thereafter, he was a college professor for about ten years, where he taught courses in molecular biology, microbiology, and anatomy and physiology. Attorney LoCascio later decided to pursue his interest in the law. He received his Juris Doctor Degree from Barry University – Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando, Florida.
During law school, Attorney LoCascio interned in a personal injury law firm. After graduating, and prior to joining the Quattrochi, Torres, and Taormina team, he was an Assistant Public Defender attorney in the Ninth Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office. At the Public Defender’s Office, Attorney LoCascio gained valuable experience handling hundreds of cases, and fighting for the rights of the indigent and under-served. He appeared in court on behalf of his clients almost every day of the week.
At Quattrochi, Torres, and Taormina, Attorney LoCascio handles Personal Injury and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) cases. He draws upon his extensive science background and legal training to provide a high level of expertise to all of his clients’ cases. And as a former teacher, Attorney LoCascio knows how to explain complicated scientific/medical and legal topics in a clear, understandable way.
When not battling for his clients, Attorney LoCascio enjoys spending time with his wife and children, kayaking the central Florida mangroves, and playing tennis.
Attorney LoCascio has a passion for helping people. From the classroom, and now to the courtroom, he fights relentlessly for his clients to achieve the greatest financial and legal resolution possible.