McAngus Goudelock & Courie, a regional insurance defense firm, has opened an office in Nashville, Tenn. The Nashville office is the firm’s 12th office in the Southeast.
“Our firm has grown over the past twenty years to meet the needs of clients in the insurance defense industry. We are proud to be a part of the Nashville community,” said Jay Courie, MGC’s Managing Member. “We welcome these four attorneys to our team. They bring knowledge and experience to MGC and provide a great foundation for our Nashville office.”
MGC welcomes four new attorneys to the firm’s Nashville office: Paul Brewer, Joey Johnsen, Chuck Mangelsdorf and Stephen Morton.
Chuck Mangelsdorf’s practice focuses on civil litigation, ADR/mediation, product liability, transportation law and premises liability. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, American Bar Association (Tort and Insurance Section), Nashville Bar Association, Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and Defense Research Institute. Mangelsdorf received his juris doctor from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law and his Bachelor of Science from Tennessee Technological University.
Stephen Morton’s practice focuses on general liability, workers’ compensation, insurance coverage, premises liability and labor and employment matters. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, American Bar Association and Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association.
Paul Brewer’s practice focuses on construction defect, civil rights/government liability, general civil litigation, products liability, transportation law, insurance defense, workers’ compensation, professional liability and ADR/mediation. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and Tennessee Association of Construction Counsel. Brewer received his juris doctor from the University of Memphis and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tennessee.
Joey Johnsen’s practice focuses on litigation and healthcare law. He is a member of the Nashville Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Johnsen received his juris doctor from Drake University and Bachelor of Arts from Furman University.