Evelyn Santiago

Evelyn Santiago was born in Guatemala City, and came to this country when she was one year old.  As the daughter of a Pastor, she grew up helping in the church and her community.  She worked for 15 years at a Printing & Manufacturing Company, handling million dollar accounts.  She decided to change gears because the call to help others was strong.  She began volunteering with the Girl Scouts of America, feeding the homeless, cleaning up the community and helping to teach young girls to become our future leaders.  When the opportunity to work at Lamson & Cutner came, she jumped at the chance to join our team helping the elderly and disabled.

Jack Lippmann

Jack is a senior paralegal, with almost 30 years of experience dealing with Medicaid applications. His wide breadth of knowledge includes Medicaid eligibility, protection of clients’ assets and income, denials and fair hearings, and treatment of reparations in the Medicaid context. Jack is a graduate of Queens College with a degree in Philosophy. He earned his paralegal certificate at Adelphi University. Jack is justly proud of his service with the United States Coast Guard, where he assisted disabled boats and participated in saving lives in our coastal waters. He also worked on the cleanup of oil spills.