Megan joined Levin & Perconti in August 2016, and is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School (JMLS). As an associate attorney at Levin & Perconti, Megan works in medical malpractice, birth injury, nursing home abuse and neglect, community integrated living arrangement (CILA) abuse and neglect, and personal injury cases including slip and falls and auto accidents. Megan has a 100% success rate at obtaining a jury verdict or settlement in favor of her clients. Since 2017, Megan has recovered over $28 million on behalf of her clients, including the following cases:
- $12 million record setting jury verdict in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case regarding delayed diagnosis of cancer of a 70 year old woman;
- $3.6 million in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case regarding anesthesia error;
- $975,000 in a nursing home fall case resulting in a neck fracture;
- $750,000 in a nursing home fall and wrongful death case;
- $650,000 in a nursing home pressure sore and wrongful death case;
- $500,000 in a medical malpractice case causing right side brachial plexus after a first rib resection;
- $450,000 in a nursing home pressure sore case;
- $400,000 in a community integrated living arrangement (CILA) child abuse case;
- $400,000 in a nursing home fall case;
- $375,000 in a nursing home case involving complications with a tracheostomy tube;
- $350,000 in a nursing home urinary tract infection case;
- $300,000 in a nursing home septic shock case;
- $250,000 in a nursing home fall case requiring surgery;
- $225,000 in a nursing home fall case;
- $215,000 in a nursing home pressure sore case;
- $200,000 in a nursing home case involving an infected port; and
- $195,000 in a nursing home case for failure to provide incontinence care.
While in law school, Megan was a JMLS Student Ambassador, a Phi Delta Phi Honor's Society member, on the Dean's List, a CALI Award recipient, and awarded as a Dean Johnston Academic Scholar. Out of 124 of her fellow students, Megan placed 2nd for her appellate brief and 6th in oral argument in the Herzog Moot Court Competition.
"In the last few years, I have learned that medical malpractice cases are bitterly disputed and sometimes politically charged. However, we must always persevere by reminding ourselves as lawyers that this isn't just paperwork or arguing the law - this is a human being, a loved one, and a person who deserves justice. I take my cases personally, and my clients' best interests to heart."
Megan's professional and educational experiences sparked her interest in medical malpractice and nursing home litigation. Megan graduated from Loyola University Chicago as a pre-medicine student with a B.A. in Biology with a minor in Business Management. During her years as an undergraduate, she worked as a patient coordinator for a prominent medical center in Chicago. As a result, she has an extensive background in science including biology, chemistry, and physics. After being accepted to medical school, Megan felt her talents were better served by advocating for unfortunate victims of medical negligence and decided to pursue a legal career in medical malpractice and personal injury.
During law school, Megan expanded her legal knowledge by also working for various firms in the Chicagoland area which provided services in immigration law, family law, real estate law, and criminal law. In 2015, Megan worked for the Illinois State's Attorney's Appellate Prosecutor where all her cases were successfully affirmed in favor of the appellate prosecutor.
Prior to working at Levin & Perconti, Megan was a law clerk for two years at Beam & Raymond, a firm which prosecuted birth injury cases across the nation in state and federal court. During this time, Megan had the pleasure of assisting nationally renown attorney, Geoffrey Fieger, at trial. As a law clerk, Megan prepared research, reviewed medical records, assisted at trial, and drafted motions and briefs for cases resulting in multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts ranging from $4.5 million to $143 million - the largest obstetrical malpractice verdict in United States history. Megan also assisted in a case against University of Chicago Medical Center, which received a Cook County jury verdict of $53 million in July 2016.
J.D., The John Marshall Law School, 2016
B.A., Loyola University Chicago, 2011
American Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
The John Marshall School Job Placement Advisory Board
Phi Delta Phi Honors Society
American Association for Justice