Meghan focuses her practice on defending employers, insurers, and self-insured employers in workers’ compensation matters. She is adept at handling all stages of litigation, from trial preparation through expert witness deposition and motion practice to the conclusion of a trial, and including settlement negotiation and appeals. In addition to defending clients, Meghan routinely advises worldwide claims management corporations on legal strategy. Her experience defending employers and insurers extends to personal injury and a variety of civil litigation matters, including employer liability, construction and other workplace accidents, insurance law, third party defense, and subrogation claims.
Meghan graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where she was a staff member of the Health Law Journal and an oralist on the school’s National Moot Court Team, as well as an oralist and brief writer on the Chicago Bar Review Moot Court Team. Meghan was the university’s 37th Annual Intra School Moot Court Champion, winning Best Oral Argument and beating out 200 participants before three judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. She graduated from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign James Scholar Honors Program with a dual Bachelor’s in Psychology and Spanish.