Lisa Marie Benzie finds meaning in her profession as an attorney, especially in her ability to be an advocate for those who have been harmed by others. "Knowing I can make a difference in someone's life is extremely meaningful," she said.
Prior to graduating from college, Lisa worked as a certified emergency medical technician with the Gallitzin Area Ambulance Association. In 1997, she graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a certificate in women's studies. She then worked as a counselor and legal advocate for victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes until pursuing a law degree at the Dickinson School of Law.
At Angino & Rovner, PC, Benzie devotes her practice to representing claimants in workers' compensation and plaintiffs in civil litigation, including premises liability, medical malpractice, professional negligence and nursing home negligence.