Ms. Morris is a litigation paralegal whose experience consists primarily of personal injury/insurance defense, medical malpractice, wrongful death, mass torts, product defect, and class action defense, but has also assisted in plaintiff cases. She also has experience in social security and veteran adjudication. Ms. Morris was the recipient of a scholastic scholarship. She received her nursing degree from Golden West College, California and practiced as a medical-surgical nurse for 8-years. Prior to this experience she was an emergency medical technician/paramedic. She holds specialized certificates in ICD/CPT medical billing, EKG interpretation, limited lab preparation and interpretation, and limited radiological interpretation. She completed core paralegal training at Fullerton College, California. She has been a nurse-paralegal for the over 18 years.
Ms. Morris was born in California. She is an avid writer and has been a contributing author for The National Paralegal Reporter and Health Lawyers Weekly. Ms. Morris has lectured before the Orange County Bar Association in conjunction with the National Business Institute for the purpose of teaching attorneys and paralegals the art of medical record review and medical bill auditing.
In her spare time, Ms. Morris enjoys artistic pursuits, including: crafting, painting and writing/research. She is a registered patriot in DAR/Daughter’s of the American Revolution, and engages in community activities related to the preservation of historical buildings and sites, veteran support, and educational scholarships geared to promote young women in pursuing their career dreams.