Lisa M. Conserve
Lisa Conserve joined Keches Law Group in 2022. Prior to joining Keches Law Group, Attorney Conserve worked at a prominent Boston law firm where she specialized in personal injury and medical malpractice.
Attorney Conserve is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the State of North Carolina, and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and North Carolina Bar Association. She is on the Massachusetts Bar Association Civil Litigation Section Council as the Young Lawyers Liaison and Co-Chair of Community Service Committee for the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association.
Throughout her career, Attorney Conserve has contributed to several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements including:
- $4.5 million medical malpractice settlement on behalf of a teenager who suffered amputations below both knees following a missed diagnosis of sepsis
- $4.25 million settlement in a premises liability case for an infant who was burned after falling on an unprotected baseboard heater
- $1.75 million settlement in an employment discrimination case
- $550,000 settlement of case alleging negligent transportation of a disabled passenger in wheelchair resulting in significant physical injuries
Attorney Conserve received her undergraduate degree from Brandeis University (B.A. Political Science & Sociology). She graduated from Suffolk University Law School (J.D.) where she participated in the Innocence Project and was recognized for her time and commitment to volunteer legal services by receiving a Pro Bono Honors Certificate.
Attorney Conserve has been recognized as Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch for Personal Injury Litigation in 2021 and 2022. She has also received an Excellence in the Law Up & Coming Lawyer Award by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Up & Coming Lawyers are the rising stars of the local legal community who have been members of the bar for 10 years or less, but who have already distinguished themselves.