Melody Carper is a pioneer paralegal of Beam & Raymond with a tenure
that expanded from 1986 to 2002. She played a key role in Beam & Raymond's
first multi-million verdict of $26 million for Ryan Taylor in Washington,
Pennsylvania. After sixteen years of service she made the difficult decision
to leave and pursue insurance defense litigation for companies such as
Zurich North America Insurance Company. Melody Carper now returns bringing
30 plus years of civil litigation experience to Beam & Raymond with
a perspective and ability to understand any given case from both the plaintiff
and defense side. She has an expertise in the management of complex and
of convoluted cases.
Melody Carper is a sixth generation native of Colorado with a lineage dating
back to early mountain men (Simeon Turley) on her great grandmother's
side and Spanish descent (Juan Ponce de Leon) on her great grandfather's
side. In her spare time, she enjoys golfing, hiking, bowling, and skydiving.
She also has a passion for community involvement and served on the City
quasi judicial liquor board for 16 years. When possible, she volunteers in building affordable
housing in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
Lastly, Melody Carper is a devoted mother to her accomplished daughter
Alena, who also serves as her best friend.
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