Heather McGuiness

Heather McGuinness-Peterson

Heather joined the firm in 2011 and provides support to attorneys Eric Brown and Logan Jones. She has been certified by the Social Security Administration as a claimant representative which allows her, as a non-attorney, to represent Social Security Claimants at the hearing level before an Administrative Law Judge. As a paralegal she enjoys the variety of case types Jones Brown, PLLC is able to assist with its clients. Specifically, she enjoys personal injury because she’s able to help people who were hurt and help them get the compensation they deserve.

Heather grew up in a suburb of Chicago, IL and moved to Wisconsin for college. She earned an Associate of Applied Science from Gateway Technical College in Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement and then went on to obtain a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin. She played Rugby for the University of Wisconsin and was a member of UW’s Amnesty International Club. She moved to Tulsa, OK shortly after graduation and is still not accustomed to the heat.

She is an active member of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc. and National Association of Disability Representatives. Heather enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and their rescue dogs.  She dislikes folding laundry, pumpkin flavored anything and being on hold.

Contact Heather:

Direct Number = 918-549-6783
Fax Number = 918-549-6794
Email Address = hmcguinness@jonesbrownlaw.com
Text Me At = 918-947-9555


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