Lisa Ciuffi serves as Lamothe’s Senior Paralegal and Case Manager. She supports the firm’s attorneys in successfully litigating and trying significant cases on behalf of individual plaintiffs involving sexual abuse, wrongful death, and serious personal injury claims. Lisa is appreciated for her ability to listen to client concerns and her skill in clearly communicating their case details and keeping them in the loop.
As Lamothe’s most experienced and go-to paralegal, Lisa is a professional who enjoys the intellectual challenge associated with a legal career. She works closely and diligently with firm clients to identify and understand the often difficult details of their claims. Lisa’s ability to actively listen to everyone around her has been honed and perfected over many years of paralegal service.
As you would expect, Lisa’s attention to detail when researching and supporting legal work is thorough and meticulous. In everything she does, Lisa remains persistent, professional, and respectful of everyone around her. Clients and colleagues alike appreciate that she is ever responsive to their requests and punctual in providing the information they need.
Lisa’s success as a service provider manifests in the continuous praise she receives from firm clients regarding her work product and depth of compassion and understanding on a most personal level. Intuitive when providing others with what they need to succeed, Lisa is steadfastly committed to productive team play that results in outstanding advocacy.
Notably, Lisa has represented the firm and attended several of the United States Court of Federal Claims Judicial Conferences in Washington, D.C., where she has been involved in vaccine injury claims.
As an Archbishop Hannan High School cum laude graduate, Lisa began her legal career in 1997 at a New Orleans defense firm. From 2000-2007, she worked for an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana, handling road hazard and expropriation cases. Lisa joined Lamothe in 2007.
Lisa has been married to Robert since 1999. Her daughter attends LA Tech for Architectural Design and Engineering.