Autumn focuses her practice on representing patients and their families in medical malpractice cases. However, Autumn also frequently handles other personal injury and wrongful death claims. Autumn grew up in Lapeer, Michigan, and graduated valedictorian of her high school. She attended college at Central Michigan University where she studied political science, psychology, and philosophy. Autumn received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees with perfect GPAs in just four years. After graduation, Autumn received a scholarship to attend Indiana University Maurer School of Law where she obtained her juris doctorate.
Prior to joining Wagner Reese, LLP, Autumn was a litigator with a well-respected Indianapolis defense law firm. She represented healthcare providers and insurance companies in medical malpractice, personal injury, and property damage claims. Having worked as a defense attorney, Autumn has insight into the strategies and arguments often used by her opponents, including how to overcome them.
Autumn is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana as well as the State of Michigan. In addition, she is admitted to practice in Indiana’s federal courts.
Autumn lives in Carmel, Indiana where she frequently runs the Monon Trail. Outside of work, she also enjoys participating in outdoor activities, watching sports, cooking new recipes, and spending time with family and friends.
- Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D., 2020
- Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality, Notes Editor, 2019-2020
- Central Michigan University, M.A., 2017, summa cum laude
- Cumulative GPA: 4.0
- Political Science with Focus on Civic Engagement
- Central Michigan University, B.S., 2016, summa cum laude
- Cumulative GPA: 4.0
- Majors: Political Science and Psychology; Minor: Philosophy
- State of Indiana, 2020
- State of Michigan, 2021
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 2020
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, 2020
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Call to Action Speech/Video Included in Legal Evolution, “A Nursing Home Changed This Law Student’s Life” and Above the Law, “Lawyers Go Ahead and Call Your Grandmas”
- “Too Old to Jump Through Hoops: How the Opioid Epidemic has Impacted Elderly Persons Living In Nursing Homes,” Indiana Journal of Law & Social Equality