Meghan Dickerson, CET

Director of Risk Control

Meghan Dickerson received her B.A. degree from Rutgers University with a degree in Psychology, and earned her Certified Ergonomics Technician (CET) designation in 2010. She began her insurance career at AIG as a Workers Compensation Claims Specialist, and later became a Claims Adjuster at Cambridge Integrated Services.At AIG, Meghan was responsible for accepted or denied compensation claims and handled the cases through settlement or trial. She initially specialized in investigating suspicious or denied cases, and went on to handle large or catastrophic losses. Meghan was the designated adjuster for four high-volume national accounts, and also mentored and trained new adjusters. At Cambridge, she was responsible for settling or closing cases that had been open for over ten years, with total combined reserves of over $24 million.Meghan joined Cavignac & Associates in 2007 as a Claims Specialist. She specializes in helping clients manage their experience modifications by lowering the frequency and severity of their workers compensation claims. Meghan also manages the Risk Control Department at Cavignac & Associates, and is responsible for lowering clients’ cost of risk through comprehensive safety, claims, and human resources risk control programs.

Meghan lives in San Marcos with her husband and three children. In her free time she and her husband like to travel, visit new restaurants and wineries, and support their children at soccer games, swim meets, and karate tournaments.