Morgan grew up in South Florida after her family moved from New York. After attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Morgan graduated from Florida Atlantic University, earning a Bachelors in Political Science with a double minor in Sociology and English. During her law school career at St. Thomas University School of Law, she clerked for Judge John Kastrenakes in the 15th Judicial Circuit Court in Palm Beach County, Florida. During that time she witnessed many high-profile cases, both criminal and civil, to which she gained invaluable experience that has impacted her career immensely. During law school she also received a CALI Award in Torts, as well as the highest grade in her Pre-trial advocacy course. After law school, Morgan moved to Yakima Washington where she practiced both Workers’ Compensation Law and Social Security Disability Law, until eventually moving back to South Florida to be closer to family.
Morgan Zeidman Joined Schirmer Law in August of 2020 as a civil litigation associate with focus on both First Party Property and Third Party Property Insurance matters. Morgan believes the connection she has with her clients is priceless, and advocating for them is what motivates her every morning. Morgan loves fighting for what’s right, and protecting the “underdogs” from the bad-faith tactics that these Corporations engage in.
In her free time, Morgan enjoys spending time with family and friends (including her French bulldog Chloe), listening to music, cooking, traveling, and attempting to work on her golf game.
Admitted to practice in the State of Florida, Washington State and The Southern District of Florida.