314 South Main Street, Suite A
Sugarloaf, PA 18249
Attorney Alexis Falvello is an experienced personal injury lawyer who has followed in the footsteps of her father Conrad Falvello and her late grandfather Anthony Falvello, who are second and third generation attorneys. She is proud to carry on the Falvello family legal legacy. Alexis strives to be the most dependable advocate for her clients during their time of need.
Assistant District Attorney, Luzerne County (2008-2014)
Alexis began working at the Luzerne County District Attorney's Office in January 2008. Her job responsibilities included prosecuting DUIs and other misdemeanor offenses. After becoming more experienced, she progressed to handling additional cases, which included felony offenses, child abuse, and domestic violence offenses. Alexis was promoted to Deputy District Attorney in January 2012. She began handling certain administrative responsibilities within the office, in conjunction with heading up the Vehicular Homicide Division, all while continuing to prosecute sex offenders, child abusers, and domestic violence offenders. Additionally, she handled various other serious offenses, such as aggravated assault, failure to register under Megan's Law, and other related cases. Throughout her time in the District Attorney's Office, responsibilities included daily courtroom hearings, averaging approximately five to six jury trials each year. She was successful in 95 percent of the jury trials as the lead prosecutor. Alexis left the District Attorney's Office in May 2014 in order to work full-time at Falvello Law Firm.
Pennsylvania State University, The Dickinson School of Law, 2005
Dickinson College, 2002
Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mentor (2006-2016)
Conyngham Valley Civic Organization, Board Member (2008 - Present)
Lower Luzerne County Bar Assoc. Member (2013 - Present)
Remembering Ryanne Cara Foundation, Board Member (2016 - Present)
Hazleton Chamber of Commerce, Board Member (2016 - Present)
United Charities Children's Home, Board Member (2017 - Present)