Amy graduated from DePaul University College of Law. After law school, she moved to Colorado and worked as a public defender for several years. Through this experience, she gained extensive trial advocacy skills and learned to effectively fight for my clients’ rights. In 2006, she relocated to Washington, D.C. to work for the Department of Veterans Affairs on the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board). During this time, she developed a passion for helping Veterans. Working for the VA, she learned how to effectively navigate through the VA process, fully develop claims and get positive results for Veterans.
She worked as Counsel for the Board until 2012, when she entered private practice representing Veterans before the VA in compensation and pension benefits claims. She is a licensed attorney in the State of Colorado and accredited by the VA to represent Veterans all over the country. She has represented hundreds of Veterans before the VA Regional Office, Board of Veterans Appeals, and Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
She only represents veterans and is an experienced and trusted VA accredited attorney that can help you obtain success against the VA and get you the benefits you have earned.
Megan is a 2005 graduate of Rhodes College and a 2012 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Law, where she won the Advanced Moot Court Competition and was a member of the National Appellate Advocacy Team. After law school, Megan began her legal career as a prosecutor, serving as lead counsel on numerous jury trials and working closely with law enforcement. She ultimately specialized in prosecuting domestic violence and animal abuse cases. Megan then moved into working with veterans, where she found her true passion. She prides herself in working closely with her clients to develop their cases and get them the positive results they deserve.
Megan and her husband, Brandon, live in Charlotte, North Carolina with their two rescue dogs. In her spare time, she coordinates a weekly bowling event for adults with disabilities and volunteers with Urban Ministry and Make-A-Wish of Central and Western North Carolina. She also enjoys reading, bicycling, and cooking.