Lisa M. Pigeon

Partner

Education

Suffolk University Law School 2003
J.D.
Providence College 2000
B.A

Bar Admissions

State of New York, 2004
State of Massachusetts, 2004
U.S. District Court, Southern District of NY, 2005
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of NY, 2005

Memberships

New York City Trial Lawyers Association
Nassau County Bar Association

Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) - Education Committee
National Association of Insurance Women (NAIW)

Civic Activities

YAI/Brighter Futures Society 
Dorot

Franklin Square Little League 

Experience

Lisa M. Pigeon is a Partner in the Albertson office.  She joined ADM in 2003, was hired as an Associate upon admission to the New York and Massachusetts bars in 2004, and became a Partner in 2013.

She has spent her entire career with the firm defending individuals and corporations.  Ms. Pigeon focuses her practice on construction site accidents, New York Labor Law liability, premises liability, products liability, property damage, automobile liability, insurance coverage issues, and breach of contract claims. 

Ms. Pigeon has represented both commercial and residential property owners, general contractors and construction managers, and subcontractors of varying trades. 

Ms. Pigeon is a member of the New York Trial Lawyers Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) - Education Committee, and National Association of Insurance Women (NAIW).  She volunteers with Dorot.  In addition, she is a coach for Franklin Square Little League and Franklin Square Raiders Soccer Club.

Ms. Pigeon also works with YAI/Brighter Futures Society.  She received the YAI Advocacy Award in 2009, spoke on behalf of the firm at the 2013 YAI Golf Outing, and was honored at the YAI Business Advisory Council's 2014 Breakfast Meeting as a valued volunteer. 

Presentations:

-    New York Labor Law Update (December, 2014);
-    Labor Law & Loss Transfer Seminar (November, 2013);
-    Article 16 & General Obligations Law Section 15-108 Seminar (May, 2011)