Dina M. De Lorenzo
Dina comes to Lancaster & Eure from Cincinnati, Ohio. She brings over ten years of experience with Ohio workers’ compensation law. She attended the University of Cincinnati and is currently a resident of Manatee County. Dina has been with Lancaster & Eure since September, 2006 and serves as the firm’s intake specialist for new client cases. Dina enjoys spending free time with family, reading and traveling. Dina has been an active member of Women of the Moose since 2007.
Antonia “Tonie” Vazquez
Born and raised in New York City, in the area known as “the Bronx”, Tonie relocated to Bradenton, FL in 2017. She previously worked for a nation-wide defense firm for 14 years in their New York City office located on Wall Street before joining Lancaster & Eure. Tonie’s education included LaGuardia Community College. She has accumulated over 30 years of experience as a Legal Assistant. Tonie works in our Social Security Disability practice and assists our clients in their appeals of wrongfully denied disability benefits. During her spare time, Tonie enjoys shopping, going to movies, and spending time with family and friends.
Rosa is originally from Lima, Peru. In 1997 she moved to Miami, FL and lived there until relocating to Sarasota in 2017. Rosa completed the Paralegal Studies program earning an associate degree from Keiser University and later returned to Nova Southeastern University to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Rosa has since attained the status of Florida Registered Paralegal.
Prior to joining Lancaster & Eure, Rosa built a solid foundation as a paralegal working 12 years with an immigration law firm in Miami. Rosa continues her legal career as a Case Manager/Paralegal in our Workers’ Compensation department where she continues to provide a high level of support and assistance to clients.
Outside of work, Rosa enjoys trips to the beach, spending time with family and friends and her fur-babies.
Jesse grew up in Massachusetts deciding to make Florida his new home in 2002. He previously worked as an immigration paralegal before joining L&E to continue his career as a Workers’ Compensation paralegal. Jesse continued his education at Everglades University, earning a master’s degree in Business Administration. Jesse most appreciates the personal connection he feels when assisting those who need help, and in being a reliable connection to assist clients in their journey through the workers’ compensation system. Interests outside of work include being a father, a “gamer” , as well as a science fan with preference to reading publications concerning physics and chemistry.
A former Illinois and California native, Merryl relocated to Florida in 2017. While living in Illinois, Merryl went on to pursue paralegal studies and project management programs, an associate’s degree in Travel & Hospitality and a BA in Journalism/Public Relations from Eastern Illinois University.
Merryl previously worked in the fields of marketing, data analytics, intellectual property & class action law and various technology sectors before transitioning to Lancaster & Eure in 2022, where she currently works in our Personal Injury department.
Merryl enjoys working on projects, from managing a case to assisting clients to ensure they receive proper medical care.
Outside of work, Merryl enjoys scuba diving, travel and is an avid animal lover.
Karly moved from Indiana to the west coast of Florida, later relocating to the beautiful East Coast of Florida where she now makes the Sarasota/Bradenton area home.
She began working in managerial positions in various service industries before starting her legal career in 2021 researching health insurance claims. Karly joined Lancaster & Eure’s Worker’s Compensation department in 2022 bringing organizational skills and notable attention to detail in managing workers‘ compensation cases for our clients.
Karly enjoys thrifting, puzzles, being outdoors and an admirable interest in saving lives through organ donation.
Originally from Venezuela, Yosmeiri moved to the United States in December 2019 and now makes Sarasota County home.
Prior to moving, Yosmeiri worked as a business administrator. She recently transitioned to our Workers’ Compensation practice area, where her true calling is shown by having the opportunity to help others.
Yosmeiri holds a master’s degree from Universidad Rafael Belloso Chacin, Venezuela.
Outside of work, she enjoys nature, camping, going to the beach, biking, travelling, and spending time with family.
Born in South Bend, Indiana, Dyan moved to Sarasota with her family in the 1980’s and proudly admits she isn’t leaving.
Dyan graduated from Sarasota High School then started her professional career working with Alex Lancaster’s early firm. She continued work in other fields returning to law. Dyan takes pride working as a paralegal in our Workers’ Compensation department while attending State College of Florida’s Paralegal program.
Dyan’s priority is family, enjoying time with her grown sons, finding time to shop with her sisters and taking outdoor walks.