Matthew Lufrano was born in Chicago Illinois. He moved to Jacksonville at the age of... more
Matthew Lufrano was born in Chicago Illinois. He moved to Jacksonville at the age of six. It was in this wonderful city that Matthew Lufrano grew up, and he remained in Jacksonville for the next twelve years. It wasn't until college that he took a brief leave of absence from this city. Mr. Lufrano attended the University of Florida in Gainesville for his undergraduate studies, where he st... view profile
I am an attorney at Hardesty, Tyde, Green and Ashton since 1997. I handle personal... more
I am an attorney at Hardesty, Tyde, Green and Ashton since 1997. I handle personal injury, family, criminal and social security disability cases. I was a prosecutor for almost 7 years and have tried over 60 jury trials.My firm is known for the individual attention we give our clients and most of my clients are referred by people I have helped in the past. I would be honored to serve you.Please... view profile
In addition to my biographical information below, I would like to announce that... more
In addition to my biographical information below, I would like to announce that Harry Shorstein has joined our firm. In January of 2009, my dad, Harry Shorstein, retired from his position as the State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Circuit (Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties) and came to work with us. Prior to his almost 18 years as the State Attorney, he was in private practice represent... view profile
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