Meghan E. Young, Member
A well-prepared client is often the best evidence.
Meghan litigates cases in District and Circuit Courts in Maryland.
Meghan is an Associate in the Personal Injury practice group. Prior to joining Gordon Feinblatt, Meghan was an in-house attorney for a major insurance company, representing individuals being sued for personal injuries in result of automobile and premises liability accidents. She has litigated thousands of cases in courts throughout Maryland. Meghan uses her experience working for an insurance company to effectively represent individuals who have suffered injury in result of another person’s negligence.
In addition to representing individuals who have been injured in car accidents, Meghan has represented many individuals who have been injured in result of the negligence of a business, including: hair salons, nail salons, property management companies, gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores.
Megan was named to the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers list by The National Trial Lawyers for 2020.
Negotiated a $170,000 settlement on behalf of a man who slipped and fell on ice in his housing community. The man was holding a glass bottle at the time of the fall and he suffered an open wound on his left hand resulting in surgery. Following surgery, his finger was bent at a 90-degree angle and would require future therapy to help straighten his finger.
Negotiated a $63,000 settlement on behalf of a woman who suffered soft tissue injuries when another vehicle made a left turn in front of her vehicle. The woman developed neck pain and ringing in one of her ears.
Named to Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch by Best Lawyers in America® in Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs, 2023
Selected to Rising Stars of Maryland Super Lawyers® list for Personal Injury since 2021
Professional and Civic Involvement
Pro Bono Attorney, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
Publications and Lectures
magna cum laude,
University of Baltimore School of Law,
B.S., Sociology, cum laude, Towson University, 2009