Margaret Matasci joined the excellent law firm of Kegel, Tobin, and Truce, in 2012. Her areas of practice include Worker’s Compensation Defense, Labor Code Section 132a, and Serious and Willful Claims. She is one of California’s most respected attorneys in the area of Workers’ Comp because she takes each case seriously.

Ms. Matasci attended California Lutheran University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics Her career in Workers’ Comp began in 2006 when she went to work as a legal assistant for a Southern California law firm. After a brief break from the world of Comp, she earned her Juris Doctorate in 2010 from Boston College Law School. She was admitted to The State Bar of California in 2010. She then resumed her career as a worker’s compensation attorney and has been with it ever since.

“ Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. ”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

The majority of Meg’s caseload keeps her focused on numerous complicated claims. These often involve multiple employers and several carriers. Various dates of injury are also standard. Because every case is unique, she takes a realistic approach to a quick and satisfying resolution. She pushes claims forward while attempting to settle at every possible opportunity. She wants to make sure each client is happy with the outcome.

Gaining the trust of her clients is very important to Meg. Her goal is to ensure satisfaction. She protects her clients’ interests by making recommendations based on her vast knowledge of the law. The experience she has gained by appearing at various Workers’ Compensation Appeals Boards in Southern California is a benefit to all of her cases. Her professional attitude, combined with her expertise in client relations make her a highly sought after attorney. Her success rate speaks for itself.


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• Workers’ Compensation Defense
• Labor Code Section 132a
• Serious and Willful Misconduct


The State Bar of California, 2010


• Bachelor of Arts in Economics, California Lutheran University, 2006, summa cum laude
• Juris Doctorate, Boston College Law School, 2010