Kathleen Kentish Lucero began practicing as a lawyer in 1983. Since then she has represented a wide variety of clients who have experienced personal and business setbacks due to discrimination, family breakdowns, personal injury and business dilemmas. She has worked as a city attorney, taught business law, worked as a state assistant attorney general and represented a local “911” organization to provide effective support for injured local citizens.
Kathleen Kentish Lucero’s strength lies in her analytical ability, compassion, responsiveness, litigation experience and fearlessness despite odds being against her clients. Representing nonprofit substance abuse organizations, rape crisis centers and health and community based entities, Ms. Lucero has litigated against state and local governmental bodies on citizen’s behalf – especially those suffering race, ethnic and gender based discrimination. A large part of her practice has been dedicated to fighting insurance companies to provide compensation and representation for clients who have suffered automobile, truck, slip and fall, products liability and wrongful death cases. Let Kathleen Kentish Lucero represent you in a dignified, knowledgeable and assertive way in Hilo, Hawaii. Here you will find a lawyer you can trust.
Areas of Practice
Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
New Mexico, 1983
U.S. District Court District of New Mexico, 1987
U.S. District Court District of Hawaii, 2007
U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit, 1991
Vermont Law School, South Royalton, Vermont J.D. (Magna Cum Laude) - 1983
State University of New York, New York B.A. - 1976 Major: Liberal Arts
75% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Professional Associations and Memberships
Trial Lawyers Association
Classes and Seminars
Instructor, Business Law, Northern New Mexico Community College
Past Employment Positions
Espanola City, City Attorney
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