Sean Greenwood

After graduating from the University of Houston with honors, Sean decided to dedicate his career to helping individuals who have suffered injuries as a result of vaccines. Sean has had the opportunity to help countless clients get the compensation that they deserve so that they can move forward. Sean Greenwood is licensed in New York, Texas, and the Federal Court of Claims in Washington D.C.
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Anna Carruth

Anna grew up in McKinney, Texas and is a first-generation law school graduate who handles civil litigation matters. Anna graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2015 and received her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, Anna served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. While at UHLC, Anna also co-founded and was Vice President of LawHorns, the alumni association for UT grads at UHLC. Anna’s goal is to work closely with clients through every step of the litigation process to help them navigate the legal system with ease. Anna handles all cases with the client’s goals in mind in order to achieve the best possible outcome. Outside of the office, Anna enjoys spending time with friends and family, cheering on UT sports teams, and playing with her cat, Sampson.
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John Hebert

John Hebert Jr. was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas. John earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Houston and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center. John was a law clerk for several law firms in the Greater Houston Area where he gained valuable experience in employment, civil, and complex litigation. John is goal oriented, hardworking, and dedicated to the pursuit of mastering the civil litigation process to effectively resolve client’s legal issues. John believes that favorable legal outcomes require open collaboration and communication between clients and attorneys. John spends his spare time with friends and family and is usually found on his patio wearing slippers and reading a book.

Caitlin Erchick

Caitlin Erchick graduated from The George Washington University with a degree in International Affairs and received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center. Prior to law school, Caitlin served as the Residency Program Administrator for the Department of Medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. This experience encouraged Caitlin’s interest in healthcare law and has provided valuable context for her legal career. During law school, Caitlin structured her academic coursework to prepare her for advising clients on a wide range of health law issues, including the Affordable Care Act; the regulation of food, drugs, and medical devices; HIPAA and patient privacy laws; and healthcare fraud and abuse. Caitlin was a member of the Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy and authored a forthcoming publication on FDA regulations, privacy, and consumer testing devices. In 2018, Caitlin was one of two UHLC JD students to receive the Texas Health Law Conference Student Scholarship. Caitlin firmly agrees with Winston Churchill in that “we make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.”
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Meagan Ward

Meagan Ward is Texas born and raised, and lives in the heart of Houston with her small herd of animals. Her positive attitude and ability to multitask has allowed her to seamlessly transition into the fast-paced legal world and the Vaccine team at The Greenwood Law Firm. Meagan has an Associates Degree in Applied Science and is working toward completing her Bachelors Degree. Prior to joining The Greenwood Law Firm, Meagan worked in a plastic surgery practice where she helped manage various aspects of patient care. This experience has helped Meagan become an essential asset to the Vaccine team as Meagan currently assists the firm’s attorneys in drafting and filing documents, scheduling conferences and court appearances, and corresponding with clients, opposing counsel, and healthcare facilities.