Megan handles cases in the greater New Orleans area and around Louisiana. She is nationally ranked in the top ten personal injuries under 40* and in the top ten personal injury attorneys in Louisiana. She is a trial attorney who has a proven track record in and out of court. She has a reputation as a fierce litigator and fights hard for her clients to get them the justice and compensation that they deserve. She has handled cases involving car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, severe spinal injuries, traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, sexual harassment and assault, high profile defamation, surgeries, and more. She prides herself on the fact that she gives her clients her undivided attention with a personal touch; she provides her personal cell phone number to answer any questions her clients may have about their case at any time. She enjoys the fact that most of her cases end with a hug, since helping people is what got her into the practice of law in the first place.
Megan has lectured on car accidents and bad faith by insurance companies, and she has been named as a Rising Star by Superlawyers in 2017, 2018 and 2019. She most recently was awarded the New Orleans City Business Leadership in Law award for 2017, recognizing her professional accomplishments as well as her contributions to the community. She has been named to the Litigation Counsel of America and rated a Top Lawyer in Louisiana by Louisiana Life. Megan graduated at the top of her class at Tulane Law School with an Order of the Coif distinction. There, she served as Senior Associate Editor and Board Member of the Tulane University Law Review, as well as a Board Member of Moot Court and the Lambda Alliance. She serves on the Board of Court Watch NOLA and the Louisiana Center for Women in Government and Business and is a member of various local organizations.
Megan is a repeated volunteer with the Second Harvest Food Bank, teaching a Cooking Matters class at the Keller Library and at Warren Easton High School. She serves as a chairperson of the New Orleans chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Out of the Darkness walk and has raised almost $100,000 for this organization.Megan and her firm, Kiefer and Kiefer, have collected tens of millions of dollars on behalf of injured clients. If you have been injured or aggrieved in any way, give her a call now for a FREE consultation. Ask about our reduced fees for servicemembers, police officers, and firemen.
*This award was given by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys in 2017.