Lori Sciulli

Senior Claims Consultant
Phone: (724) 864-8745
Fax: (724) 864-9265
EMail: lsciulli@eastcoastrm.com

Professional Summary

I came to ECRM in 2010 from UPMC WorkPartners where I handled the work injuries for the City of Pittsburgh Police Department, working closely with the FOP and City Administration to reduce their work injuries, ensure a safe return to work for Officers and reduce legacy claims. Prior to UPMC, I worked in the Occupational Health Department at Mercy Hospital coordinating care for hospital employees as well as outside clients who suffered on-the-job injuries. Prior to that, I was the in-house Workers’ Compensation Case Manager at Allegheny General Hospital, providing front line management for the work injuries of the employees from the onset of injury until return to regular or modified duty work. My career began as a Vocational Consultant for CorVel Corporation providing vocational efforts to various clients in an attempt to bring older, more difficult cases to fruition. I received my B.A. in Psychology from Edinboro University. My past work experience provided me the opportunity to work with different types of employees and employers in various job categories.

About Me

I consider my greatest accomplishment to be my two daughters.  They are my pride and joy and my heart. It has been a privilege to be able to watch my oldest graduate from PSU and help my youngest through her years at IUP.  Family is so very important to me.  My free time is spent with my husband at the small local gym he owns.

Favorite Quote

” No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”  — Eleanor Roosevelt

If you had to pick one meal to eat every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Anything I don’t have to cook.

Where was your most memorable vacation?

My oldest daughter is a Harry Potter fan and always wanted to go to the Wizarding theme park in Universal.  I surprised them in 2013 and the three of us went to Universal and had an amazing time together.  We didn’t realize we were making memories, we just thought we were having fun!