Megan Richards

Attorney at Law

Megan Elizabeth Richards is an attorney at Farah & Farah who was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia but grew up in several different areas of the country as a result of her father’s job in the hospitality industry. She attended high school in both Wilmington, Delaware and Augusta, Georgia before she graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Georgia. Ms. Richards then went on to graduate cum laude from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2007. At Florida Coastal, Ms. Richards received awards in both her Criminal Procedure and Mediation courses. After law school, she joined an insurance defense firm practicing in the areas of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and motor vehicle liability. It wasn’t long before she switched her focus to representing medical professionals and accident victims in both PIP and personal injury matters.

Apart from work, Ms. Richards enjoys running and is always interested in trying a new workout. She is also an avid animal advocate and is the proud adoptive parent of two dogs, Norah and Edison. Ms. Richards also enjoys reading and her favorite authors include James Michener, Diana Gabaldon, Ken Follett, and Anne McCaffrey.

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