Megan A. Vaniman

Megan A. Vaniman: Attorney with Cummins, Goodman, Denley & Vickers, P.C.


Ms. Vaniman is an associate and practices in our litigation department, focusing on workers’ compensation, OSHA, employment law and other administrative and civil issues. Prior to joining our firm, Ms. Vaniman served as a law clerk for Bonneville Power Administration and Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. She receive her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies from the University of Kansas

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Workers Compensation
  • OSHA
  • Employment Law
  • Administrative Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
503-476-8200  Phone
503-476-8201  Fax
University Attended:
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Kansas, B.A., Political Science and Environmental Studies, 2008
Law School Attended:
Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 2012
Year of First Admission:
2012, Oregon
Payment Information:
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Fixed Hourly Rates

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Newberg, Oregon

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