Lisa L. Goldman


Lisa joined Marshall Dennehey in 2012 as an associate in the Casualty Department. She concentrates her practice in the special investigation unit/fraud investigation and defense, automobile liability, construction law, and premises liability.

Over the course of her career, Lisa has handled several hundred fraud cases involving fraudulent claims and medical provider fraud. She has successfully litigated several high-value matters defending unpaid insurance claims where payment was denied for suspected fraud and coverage related issues.

Additionally, Lisa handles general casualty cases including slip and falls, construction litigation, and motor vehicle collisions. Her clients include major groceries chains, non-profits, insurance carriers, municipalities as well as multiple self-insured corporations. She also handles several pre-suit matters, often successfully settling cases prior to litigation being filed.

Prior to joining the firm, Lisa served as an associate attorney for a small firm in Pennsylvania.  At this firm she worked in general practice handling defense and plaintiff's matters in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  She handled numerous types of cases including both civil and criminal matters.  Her experience in the legal field also includes work in the practice of personal injury at a Wilmington, Delaware law firm.  Here she negotiated settlements with insurance adjusters resolving claims prior to trial.  She previously functioned as an adjunct professor for Strayer University, providing the content for online legal training classes. She was able to effectively summarize printed legal training formatting it for use in eLearning courses. 

Lisa earned her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University and attended law school at Widener University, in Wilmington, Delaware.  As a law student she took part in a study abroad program at The University of Technology at Sydney, Australia, which included studies in Comparative Constitutional Law and International Environmental Law.

Lisa is admitted to the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars.

Published Works

Case Law Alerts, regular contributor, January 2018-present

New Jersey
Widener University School of Law (J.D., 2007)
Pennsylvania State University (B.A., 2001)
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