Megan E. Servage 2021-04-01T16:17:16+00:00


Associate Attorney

Megan Servage is a business litigator who represents clients before federal and state trial courts, bankruptcy courts, appellate courts, and arbitration panels. Megan is an associate at Hedrick Kring, PLLC and is a member of the firm’s bankruptcy litigation section.

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Megan served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Jeffrey C. Manske, Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. She also served as a summer law clerk for the firm following her second year of law school.
Megan is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, and the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC).

Educational Background

Megan graduated with her law degree from Baylor Law School in 2018. While in law school, Megan was on the Dean’s List, served as the Executive Secretary of the Student Bar Association, and was a member of the Baylor Barrister Society. She also participated in Baylor’s renowned mock trial program. Her competition team was awarded overall best brief in the South Texas Mock Trial Challenge. She graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and minor in Business Administration, from Texas A&M University in 2015.

Representative Experience

In her first year of practice, Megan has achieved favorable outcomes for clients at the dispositive motion stage, at trial, and on appeal, including:

  • Successfully obtained a $20 million verdict on behalf of a condominium association following a three-day jury trial based in a state court suit for negligent placement of property insurance
  • Successfully presenting oral argument in the Fifth Court of Appeals in defense of a trial court’s order granting summary judgment against a carrier in an insurance coverage dispute
  • Obtaining summary judgment defending a suit for the alleged fraudulent transfer and conversion of oil and gas proceeds
  • Obtaining successful outcomes in bankruptcy litigation matters involving claims against affiliated bankrupt oil and gas entities