Damon Miller is a long-term disability and ERISA attorney. He represents disabled claimants against insurance companies that have wrongfully denied benefits. He understands that insurance companies sometimes ignore the advice of your doctors and deny valid claims without listening to your voice. Damon is here to listen to you and help you be heard loud and clear by your insurance company.
In one way or another, Damon has been fighting for disabled clients since he was in college. He was raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he worked full-time as a paralegal while simultaneously taking a full-time college course load. In-between riding his bike to class and work, he supported disabled clients whose insurance companies had improperly denied their claims. He left Chattanooga to go to law school at William & Mary, knowing that he wanted to become an ERISA attorney so that he could continue to hold insurance companies accountable when they try to put profits ahead of people.
Damon has managed cases for disabled clients from Hawaii to New York to Virginia and just about everywhere in-between. In law school, he was honored to serve disabled veterans at the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic at William & Mary.
He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he studied English Literature, and of William & Mary Law School (the Marshall-Wythe School of Law).
He is a member of the Federal Bar Association, the Fairfax Bar Association, and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association.
When he’s not battling insurance companies, he loves spending time with his wife, Emily. They’re always going on new adventures together, exploring new places, and trying new food. And in his spare time, he creates new worlds. He writes fantasy and science fiction stories and he’s currently writing an epic book series about an ancient medieval civilization facing the end of the world (think Lord of the Rings but with more dragons and explosions).