A fourth-generation attorney, Susan Neal’s career choice came honestly. Her great-grandfather started a general practice firm near her southern Mississippi hometown—a practice that her grandfather, father, and brother have continued growing into the successful practice it is today. She credits her father’s enthusiasm about his work as her inspiration for providing a friendly and listening ear, creatively solving problems, and fiercely advocating for her clients.
Before joining Morgan & Morgan, Susan Neal used these skills to represent clients at two highly esteemed Nashville firms. She has honed her litigation skills across a broad spectrum of cases, including products liability, medical malpractice, gas explosions,insurance coverage, automobile wrecks, and roadway design and engineering cases. She excels at reviewing complex matters that require attention to detail, extensive research, and concentrated decision-making.
As a result of her broad knowledge of tort law and victims’ cases, her commentary can often be found in the media. Recently, her legal commentary was featured in Salon, People Magazine, and The Tennessean.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Samford University and then graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law, where she served as a board member of the Moot Court. During law school, she clerked with Lewis & Associates, PA in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
Ms. Neal loves all aspects of this booming city, including trying new restaurants, attending all the concerts she can, and cheering on the local sports teams.
- Car Accidents
- Personal Injury
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall
- Wrongful Death
|$70,000.00 Verdict||Goodwin v. Hanebis||Car Accidents||2017|
Goodwin v. Hanebis
Verdict - 2017
- Lawyers Association for Women, First Year Director
- Nashville Bar Foundation, Leadership Forum, Class of 2016, Steering Committee Member 2016-Present
- Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Nashville Bar Association
- Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association
- Samford University, BA, English, 2008
- Wake Forest University School of Law, JD, 2011