Now focusing her practice on insurance defense cases involving fraud, Samantha appreciates the many facets involved in each case and carefully examines all the pieces of the puzzle.
Upon completing her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science with a concentration in Criminal Justice, Samantha went on to The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. While in the Windy City, Samantha was the Lead Articles Editor for The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law, served on the Moot Court Honors Council, was a legal writing teaching assistant, and worked as a licensed student attorney representing incarcerated clients bringing lawsuits under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Samantha authored a comment focusing on the requirements and stages of implementing electronic medical records, how these technologies are affecting patients’ privacy rights with regard to hacking, and strategies for improving privacy and security of patients’ data, which was published in The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law.
After law school, Samantha quickly gained valuable experience in first-party PIP, third-party no-fault, negligence, and premises liability matters. She has handled negotiations, facilitations, arbitrations, and mediations with the utmost care and consideration. Samantha’s clients and colleagues appreciate her genuine, positive approach to researching, understanding, and communicating each case’s unique structure to procure the most successful outcome.
Outside of work, Samantha enjoys music, attending various concerts and musicals, and spending time with her family and friends, especially if there’s a Detroit Red Wings game involved.