Holly K. Miller is an experienced litigator who focuses on insurance coverage disputes and insurance defense litigation, including first-and third-party property and casualty claims.
Ms. Miller is originally from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in history from George Washington University. Thereafter, Ms. Miller attended law school in South Florida, obtaining her JD from the Shepard Broad School of Law at Nova Southeastern University. While she attended law school, Ms. Miller discovered her passion for community service, working extensively to assist South Florida’s homeless population. In time, Ms. Miller focused her attention on helping children, becoming a guardian ad litem so that she could advocate for those who could not advocate for themselves.
Ms. Miller has extensive experience in defending both first-and third-party lawsuits, having worked to defend multiple insurers and their insureds throughout her career. Prior to joining Chepenik Trushin, LLP, Ms. Miller served as corporate in-house counsel for a major insurance company, where she honed her litigation skills and took the lead on numerous jury trials. When Ms. Miller moved into private practice, she had the opportunity to litigate on behalf of some of the largest insurance carriers in the country with whom she proudly developed a reputation as an honest, hardworking attorney who always believed that serving the client’s best interests is paramount in approaching any lawsuit. To this day, Ms. Miller approaches every case from that perspective.
J.D., Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, 1994
B.S., History, George Washington University, Washington, 1990
New Jersey, 1995
The Florida Bar
Health Care Section
Member Since: 2015
Animal Law Section
Member Since: 2016