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Lisa M. Calvello

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Lisa M. Calvello Paralegal Assistant


Keeping track of the details

Piscitello Law is incredibly grateful to have found Lisa Calvello who joined our team in September 2023. She is a seasoned paralegal professional and brings an impressive set of skills and good energy to the firm. Lisa has a strong working knowledge of our client data management software and keeps careful track of case facts and issues, big and small. That attention to detail helps us closely monitor the progress of a case from the very first call, to the resolution of the matter. Lisa has a warm and engaging personality and puts new clients at ease when they recount the details of a traumatic bike or car crash.


Lisa has worked in the field as a professional paralegal for several decades and has experience with prominent firms throughout Philadelphia and South Jersey. For that reason, she has an extensive knowledge of legal procedures and laws within both the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Lisa is a native of Philadelphia and calls South Jersey home. She is a devoted fan of all things Disney and visits this Florida landmark twice a year with her family. In her spare time, she can be found creating impressive decorations for family events and holidays. She has two adult children, one daughter-in-law, and one four-legged baby named Belle. Belle’s DNA test revealed that she shares ancestry with Great Dane, St. Bernard, and Sharpei, but this rescue pup is 100% floof.

Princess Belle

Princess Belle

Belle’s crew: Connor, Lexi, Skylar & Josie


  • Philadelphia Association of Paralegals
  • Keystone Alliance of Paralegals Association

What to Do After a Bike Crash

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  • Get Out of the Road: Get yourself and your bike out of the roadway to a safe spot.Testing
  • Take Photos at Crash Scene: Take photos of the vehicle that hit you, including the license plates, the intersection where crash
  • Call Police: Ask police to include your version of the crash into the report. Report any injury or pain you are experiencing, no
  • Get Immediate Medical Attention: If you do not go to the hospital from the scene, be sure to go to your primary care doctor or c
  • Preserve Evidence: Don't attempt to fix anything or have your bike repaired. Don't wash your clothing and don't send your bike,
  • Get Driver and Witness Info: Get contact info for anyone who witnessed the crash.#7
  • Call Bike Crash Attorney: don't communicate with any insurance company before consulting an attorney. Anything you say to the in
  • Meet Attorney at Crash Scene: As soon as you are able, make plans to meet your attorney at the crash scene to review details. Al