M. Anne McAtee has practiced law in Iowa since 1989, after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Iowa, her MBA from St. Ambrose University and her law degree from Creighton University Law School. Anne primarily practices in workers’ compensation defense and mediation. Anne joined Hopkins & Huebner, P.C. in 1989 and in 1997 she became the founding partner of our Quad Cities office.
Anne has practiced workers’ compensation defense for more than 30 years with Hopkins & Huebner, P.C. Anne has represented cities, counties, hospitals, retail chains, insurance carriers and third party administrators defending Iowa workers’ compensation claims. Anne handles workers’ compensation claims from the initial receipt through hearing and any appeals and/or settlement.
Anne has worked extensively with complex medical issues, conferencing with medical practitioners as well as depositions and preparation of affidavits. In addition, Anne has a broad understanding of labor and employment law as it overlaps with workers’ compensation issues.
United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, 1989
United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa, 1989
2021 Selected to Best Lawyers in America2020 Selected to Best Lawyers in America2019 Selected to Best Lawyers in America2018 Selected to Best Lawyers in America
2017 Selected to Best Lawyers in America
Distinguished A.V. Rating on Martindale-Hubbell
Governor's Volunteer Award for Outstanding Service to the State of Iowa 1997
In her free time, Anne McAtee enjoys attending sporting events, relaxing, and traveling to Lake Okoboji. Anne and her husband Terry have three children. John is a senior in high school; Hannah is a medical student at the University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine; and Annabel attends Georgia Institute of Technology, majoring in Biomedical Engineering.
Anne and her family enjoy cheering on the Iowa Hawkeyes and attending Georgia Tech football games to watch Annabel perform as the Georgia Tech Golden Girl featured baton twirler.