As an attorney in Keller & Keller’s Social Security Disability Department, Megan Little represents disabled individuals before the Social Security Administration and U.S. Federal Courts. She serves as an attorney for those have been denied Social Security disability benefits and short-term disability insurance benefits.
“By helping our clients get disability benefits, we are able to help improve their entire quality of life. That is what makes my job so rewarding.”
Megan graduated from Anderson University in 2013, where she received her B.A. in Biology. She went on to receive her Masters in Biology from IUPUI in 2015. It was at this time that Megan decided her calling was to help improve people’s lives through legal work rather than science and she decided to go to law school.
Megan completed her law degree at Indiana University McKinney School of Law in May 2018. During law school, Megan was part of the Health Law Society, Intellectual Property Law Society, volunteered as a student mentor and participated in the moot court competition. She is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana and both the Northern and Southern District Courts of Indiana.
Outside of work, Megan coaches volleyball and enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dog, Scout.