Teagan represents clients across a wide range of industries including hospitality, retail, amusement parks, sports and entertainment, construction, real estate and home inspection, law, and commercial transportation. She has successfully defended product manufacturers and distributors, restaurant and nightclub owners, real estate brokers, residential and commercial property managers, law firms, and insurance companies in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has also served as counsel in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death and survival, and professional malpractice matters.
Upon graduating from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Teagan served as a judicial fellow to the Hon. Mark I. Bernstein in the Court of Common Pleas, Commerce Division in Philadelphia. While there she drafted opinions, conducted in-depth legal research, and provided recommendations on preliminary objections and motions in cases involving commercial litigation and real property disputes. She also gained valuable, behind-the-bench insight into court proceedings, motion hearings, jury selection, discovery, and attorney conferences.
•Special Olympics of New York, Volunteer
•NJBIZ Highlights Seven New Jersey Attorneys Elevated to Partner
December 20, 2018
•Goldberg Segalla Elevates 37 Attorneys to Partner, Eight to Special Counsel Following Year of Nationwide Growth
December 18, 2018
•Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Teagan Allen
May 3, 2017
•Mentioned in Goldberg Segalla Elevates Seven NJ Attorneys to Partner, NJBIZ, December 20, 2018
• Personal Injury Evidence: Social Media, Smartphones, Experts, and Medical Records, National Business Institute, December 15, 2016
•New Jersey Bar Association
•Philadelphia Bar Association
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