Cherry Hill personal injury attorney Megan Gable

Megan P. Gable

Partner

Megan P. Gable is a partner with Ferrara & Gable, and focuses her practice on catastrophic injury cases stemming from vehicle accidents, nursing home and long-term care abuse, worksite injuries, and premises liability claims. She earned both her law degree (2014) and her B.A. (2006) from Temple University. Go Owls!

Megan is licensed to practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York. She is a member of multiple state and local Bar Associations, as well as the New Jersey Association for Justice. She speaks regularly at seminars for attorneys across the state, and is a regular editor for the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Employment Section publication, The Quarterly. Megan has experience in civil litigation representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants, and uses her experience and knowledge to maximize recoveries for her clients.

When she is not working, Megan enjoys spending time with her husband, Joe, and three young children.  Before children, Megan loved horseback riding, skiing, reading, traveling, and spending time in nature.  Since becoming a mom, her hobbies include driving children to soccer and dance, making meals no one will eat, endlessly retrieving and opening snacks, watching cartoons, not yelling about math homework, and complaining about not getting enough sleep. She wouldn’t change it for the world.

Education

  • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • J.D. – 2014
    • Honors: Deans List; Student Senator; Teaching Assistance for Integrated Trial Advocacy; Outstanding Achievement in Oral Advocacy; Special acknowledgement in performance for Bucks County District Attorney (internship)
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • B.A. – 2006
    • Major: Political Science

Speaking Engagements

  • Burlington County Bar Association, Revisiting the Basics in a Post-Pandemic World, February 2023
  • New Jersey State Bar Association: Pretrial and Trial Strategies for Handling Auto Injury Cases, September 2022
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Ethics: Declining or Terminating Representation - a Look at RPC 1.16, August 2020
  • New Jersey State Bar Association: Preparing and Presenting the Auto Injury Case; June 2019
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, New Lawyers Division Seminar Co-Chair, Views from the Bench, May 2019
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Ethics: Contact with Former Employees and Witnesses, May 2019
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Winter Seminar, Premises Liability for Snow & Ice Cases Seminar Co-Chair, February 2019
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Ethics: The Ethics of Lawyers Entering into Non-Disclosure Agreements at Settlement, May 2018
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Women Litigator’s Luncheon Co-Chair, April 2017
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Ethics: 10 Things You Need to Know to Avoid Problems at a Random Audit, April 2017
  • New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar, Rising Stars: Common PIP Problems in Everyday Practice, April 2017
  • Temple ESP Alumni Panel, Strategies for Passing the Bar Exam, January 2015

Professional Associations & Memberships