Megan Kures


Megan has over twenty years of experience appearing in courts across Massachusetts.  Megan focuses her practice on the defense of medical professionals and institutions in negligence and employment matters. She also regularly handles matters pending before various administrative agencies governing medical providers and the provision of healthcare services in Massachusetts.  Megan also handles general civil liability matters, including product and premises liability cases.  Over the past two decades, Megan has secured multiple trial victories on behalf of her clients in complex matters with significant potential damages.  She has also successfully handled multiple appeals, including before the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals.

 After graduating from law school in 2001, Megan spent a year clerking for the Justices of the Superior Court.  Before joining Hamel, Marcin, Dunn, Reardon & Shea, Megan spent nine years with the firm Melick, Porter & Shea.
When away from the office, Megan enjoys competing in equestrian events, running, and spending time with her husband and their always growing assortment of rescue animals.

Presentations and Publications

Speaker for "Trial Skills for New Litigation Associates". Boston Bar Association Virtual CLE.  4 November 2020.  

Interviewed for "Malpractice Risks During COVID-19: ‘Really Enormous’ for ED Providers".  ED Legal Letter by AHC Media.  May 2020.

Panel Presentation. "Cutting Edge of Accommodations". BBA Employment Law Conference.  October 2018

Interviewed for "Determining the Reliability of a Triage Tool in Med/Mal Litigation".  ED Legal Letter by AHC Media.  October 2018.

Interviewed for "EP’s Independent Contractor Status Doesn’t Always Limit Hospital Malpractice Exposure”. ED Legal Letter by AHC Media. August 2018.

Interviewed for  "Some Plaintiffs’ ‘Experts’ Have Never Worked in ED".   ED Legal Letter by AHC Media.  December 2017.

Presentation on "Nursing Documentation". New England Baptist Hospital Nursing Grand Rounds. 1 November 2017.

Interviewed for "Who’s Responsible if Orders Are Written for ‘Boarded’ Patient?".   ED Legal Letter by AHC Media.  14 April 2016.

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude (2001)
  • Southern Methodist University, B.A., cum laude (1998)
Practice Areas
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Employment
  • General Civil Litigation
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