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Heather  Horan Miller


General Liability
Medical Malpractice


  • University of Mississippi, J.D., 2001
  • University of Mississippi, B.S., 1997


  • Georgia, 2001
  • U.S. District Court- Northern and Middle District Courts of Georgia
  • Georgia State and Superior Courts; Georgia Court of Appeals; Georgia Supreme Court
  • Atlanta Bar Association
  • DeKalb Bar Association
Heather Horan Miller
Tel: (404) 410-8562
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  • Defense Verdict in Favor of Family Practice Physician

    Heather Miller and Spencer Bomar obtained a defense verdict in favor of a family practice physician in a wrongful death medical malpractice case after a one-week trial in Cobb County.

  • Dan and Heather Secure Another Defense Verdict

    Heather Miller and Dan McGrew recently obtained yet another Defense verdict in a case against two ER doctors and a PA. 

  • Defense Verdict in Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Case

    Heather Miller and Dan McGrew recently obtained a defense verdict in a wrongful death medical malpractice case in Fulton County State Court.

  • Medical Malpractice Defense Verdict

    Heather Miller and Trisha Godsey recently obtained a defense verdict on behalf of an Atlanta pediatrician and her group. 

  • State Court of Fulton County trucking accident case

    Heather Miller and Andrew Bagley tried an admitted-liability trucking accident case in the State Court of Fulton County. After deliberation, the jury returned a verdict that was significantly less than the Plaintiff’s final demand

  • Directed verdict for property management company

    Heather Miller represented a property management company at trial in a lawsuit by a tenant for mold exposure in the State Court of Clayton County. Ms. Miller obtained a directed verdict for management company during trial.

  • Summary judgment in subrogation case

    Heather Miller represented a sub-contractor client in a subrogation action in a case pending in Gilmer County Superior Court.

  • Summary judgment in Chatham County

    Heather Miller and Andrew Bagley obtained summary judgment in Chatham County in a premises liability lawsuit on behalf of a client, a nationwide recycling company. The Court found that the Plaintiff assumed the risk of his actions, which warranted summary adjudication.

  • Defense verdict for neonatologist

    Represented a neonatologist in a jury trial in Fulton County. The physician was sued for medical negligence alleging that there was a breach of the standard of care. Plaintiff contended that physician failed to properly care for a baby born with respiratory distress syndrome and demanded $30 million at trial. Jury found in favor of the Defendant physician, and a defense verdict was entered.

  • Defense verdict for urogynecologist

    Dan McGrew and Heather Miller represented a Urogynecologist who was sued for performing a hysterectomy and sacrocolpopexy that Plaintiff claimed were not medically indicated. Several other Defendants were involved. The Jury found in favor of all Defendant physicians.

  • Defense verdict for two hematologists

    Heather Miller and Dan McGrew represented two Hematologists who were sued for allegedly failing to properly manage Plaintiff’s Coumadin levels. The Jury found in favor of both Hematologists and a defense verdict was entered.

  • Defense verdict for OB/GYN

    Heather Miller and Dan McGrew represented an OB/GYN physician who was sued for allegedly improperly performing a laparoscopic hysterectomy in a medical malpractice suit filed in the State Court of Fulton County in March, 2016. Jury returned a verdict for the Defendant physician.

  • Defense verdict for cardiologist

    Heather Miller obtained a Dismissal for a client, a cardiologist, in the Superior Court of Cherokee County. On behalf of the physician, it was argued that Plaintiff’s alleged battery claim was actually a medical malpractice claim, requiring an expert affidavit, pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 9-11-9.1. As Plaintiff failed to obtain an expert, and the statute of limitations had expired, the Court agreed and granted the Dismissal.