Early Life and Education
Dan Lucarelli hails from Milford, Connecticut. After graduating Fairfield Prep he attended Fordham University in the Bronx where he majored in philosophy. Dan enjoys advocating both his own point of view as well as representing clients’ viewpoints with great knowledge of law.
Expert in underground damage prevention, he has developed numerous educational programs for both industry and the general public alike. His experience includes working with One-Call industry and PA 811.
Dan lives in Pittsburgh with his wife Amy and enjoys reading, hiking and golfing in his free time. His sense of humor allows for many laughs at family get-togethers; and he remains deeply dedicated to both.
Dan has always had an affinity for reading, interpreting and comprehending legal texts, with a particular passion for advocating his point of view as well as that of others. A graduate from Quinnipiac University School of Law, Dan uses his legal expertise and skill set to assist his clients. Be it fighting for employees wrongfully terminated from employment contracts or protecting buyers/sellers interests in real estate transactions – Dan remains dedicated to his practice and its clients.
Lucarelli became a Livorno icon following his playing days, being featured prominently on both its emblem and mobile phone ringtone (Che Guevara’s classic poem The Red Flag). Unfortunately, however, his relationship with Daniele Arrigoni as coach soured following an argument, prompting his departure for Ternana in May 2007 in Serie B; later returning as manager for Catania.
Achievement and Honors
Lucarelli was unwavering in his commitment to Livorno throughout his career, dispelling rumors he might join rival Serie A side Fiorentina or Palermo and even setting his mobile phone ringer to The Red Flag as proof.
No Curfew, Trackattacker and Time for Gold are among his two-year-old champions, while older fillies or mares Point of Reference and Marva Jean were among his filly or mare winners in Washington state. Additionally, he holds seven Emerald Downs training titles as well as being recognized at Santa Anita Park as an outstanding trainer.