JENNIFER D. MEYER
Jennifer D. Meyer concentrates her practice in worker’s compensation representing employers, insurance companies and third-party administrators. She also represents insurance companies and insureds in civil litigation, involving such matters as wrongful death and negligence cases. In addition, she represents insurance companies in subrogation matters. Jennifer was previously employed at MED1 Solutions, where she was an in-house attorney representing hospitals and physician groups, specializing in liability and worker’s compensation accident and insurance cases.
After graduating from law school, Jennifer accepted an in-house counsel position at Conseco Insurance Company (now CNO Financial Group), where she specialized mainly in privacy and security compliance, contract review, claims advising, and collections. During law school, Jennifer was a summer clerk for Chief Judge Sanford M. Brook at the Indiana Court of Appeals and a law clerk at Conseco Insurance Company.
Indiana State Bar Association
Indiana Worker’s Compensation Institute, Inc. (Indianapolis Chapter) *Board of Directors
U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D. (Health Law Concentration)
Ball State University, M.S., Counseling Psychology
Ball State University, B.S., Psychology
“Managing Risk with Co-Morbidities in Today’s Diverse Workforce-‘The Burnout Spectrum'”, CLM & Business Insurance Workers’ Compensation Conference (May, 2017)
“Recent Legislative Changes to the Indiana Hospital Lien Statute,” KPD Legal Advisory (May, 2013)
“Indiana Legislature Enacts New Law Affecting the Worker’s Compensation Act: Sets Statute of Limitation for Provider Fee Claims,” KPD Legal Advisory (June, 2011)
“Defense of Provider Fee Claims after Washington Township v. Beltway Surgery Center,” IWCI Legal Lines Internet Newsletter, (http://www.iwci.org/legal-lines, 2010).
“Indiana Appellate Court Weighs in: No Appropriate Statue of Limitations for Balance Billing Provider Fee Claims under the Act,” KPD Connection Newsletter (Fourth Quarter, 2010).