Megan E. HarshCounsel

Primary Office

125 Townpark Drive
Suite 300
Kennesaw, GA 30144



Professional Profile

Megan Harsh is experienced in managing cases as lead counsel for all aspects of litigation in courts throughout Georgia. She has defended depositions for plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses and experts and handled cases from initiation to trial. Megan’s client-centric approach allows her to oversee and manage all aspects of her cases, making sure her clients stay informed and involved in a timely fashion.

Resident in Carr Allison’s Atlanta office, Megan focuses her practice on the defense of matters involving businesses and corporations in civil actions involving automobile accidents, premises liability, contracts, and first party claims. She brings in-depth understanding of civil actions especially when defending matters of premises liability, insurance coverage, and auto accidents. Megan also brings extensive knowledge of creditor rights and bankruptcy having represented creditors in all aspects of commercial litigation, collections and bankruptcy proceedings in Chapters 7, 11 and 13. Her experience includes handling cases from initiation of pre-judgment matters to post-judgment collection on matters ranging from $10 thousand to $15million. Megan has managed all aspects of requests and responses to discovery, participated in mediations, conducted negotiations and appeared for in-court matters for clients in courts throughout the state of Georgia, including first chair jury trials.

Originally from Tecumseh, Michigan, Megan traveled to the South to obtain both her undergraduate and law degrees. She now officially calls the South her home, residing in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and their German Shepherd, Cooper. In her free time, Megan enjoys cooking, reading and watching football (War Eagle!).

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice


Georgia Court of Appeals

Georgia Supreme Court

US District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Georgia


BA, Auburn University (AL) magna cum laude

JD, University of Florida Levin College of Law


Atlanta Bar Association

Georgia Defense Lawyers Association

Cobb County Bar Association



Sausaman and Vickers Obtain Summary Judgment

Shareholders Alison Sausaman and Heath Vickers of our Jacksonville office prevailed on a motion for summary judgment in federal court on behalf of a large national department store in a premises liability case. The plaintiff’s attorneys aggressively pursued the claim intending to try the case to verdict prior to the […]

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Wells Speaks to Legal Professional Association About Mediation

Carr Allison Shareholder and retired Mobile County District Judge, Judson W. Wells, Sr. recently spoke on “The Mediation Process” for the Mobile Legal Professional Association. Judge Wells often serves as a mediator by court appointment and by private retention. He has served on the roster of mediators with the Alabama Center […]

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Zwilling to Present Webinar On Medicare Secondary Payer Conditional Payment Claim Guidance for Workers’ Compensation and Liability Cases

Understanding how and when Medicare Conditional Payment claims arise is vital to correct claim handling and resolution. When problems do occur, knowing how to address them quickly and effectively is key. This webinar will include an overview of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act concerning Medicare Conditional Payment claims and a […]

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