Paige M. Houin is an associate who advises foreign and domestic primary and excess insurance carriers on a variety of complex disputes involving commercial general liability and professional liability matters. Paige is also a contributor to BatesCarey’s Opioid Coverage Task Force, which is dedicated to monitoring and analyzing lawsuits filed by state and local governments nationwide against pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, and retail pharmacies in order to assess insurance coverage issues and the risk exposure of BatesCarey’s clients and the insurance industry at large.

Paige graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University Chicago School of Law with a Health Law Certificate, where she was a member of the Loyola Law Journal and the Children’s Legal Rights Journal, served on the executive boards of the Health Law Society and Women’s Society, and worked as a legal writing Teaching Assistant.


Bloomberg Intelligence Analyst Briefing: Insurers and Opioid Litigation (October 2019)

#CoverageToo: The Impact of the #MeToo Movement and Other Women’s Issues on Coverage (November 2018)


"Know Your Rights: Ensuring Equality for LGBTQ Employees," Windy City Times, December 28, 2016

"The Fundamentals of Behavioral Health Care Law," Chapter 4: Danger to Self or Others, October 2016

"Know Your Rights: Combating Health Care Discrimination," Windy City Times, June 22, 2016

"Top 10 Health Law Issues 2016," AHLA Connections, February 2016