Mary Leah Miller is an attorney in Beasley Allen’s Atlanta office where she is a member of the Personal Injury and Products Liability Section. Mary Leah’s practice focuses primarily on product liability actions with an emphasis on automotive defects. She has dedicated her legal career to exclusively representing individuals who have been injured and the families of victims of wrongful death. Mary Leah considers it an honor and privilege to represent and to be a voice for injured clients and their families.
Before joining Beasley Allen, Mary Leah worked for a small firm in Birmingham, Alabama, where she handled primarily product liability and personal injury cases. She has represented individuals who have been catastrophically injured or killed against foreign and domestic manufacturers of various products, including automobiles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, heavy trucks, car seats and juvenile products, tires, consumer products, prescription drugs, and medical devices. Mary Leah’s knowledge and experience has enabled her to obtain millions of dollars in settlements and more than $30 million in judgments for those who have been wrongfully killed.
Awards and Ratings
Mary Leah was named to the Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list (2014-2017), which recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys, and has been named to the Super Lawyers List since 2018.
Mary Leah is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA), the Attorneys Information Exchange Group (AIEG) Board of Directors, and the Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi Bar Associations. Mary Leah is also a member of the Judge James Edwin Horton American Inn of Court and is a national member of the Order of Barristers. She previously served on the Junior Board of Directors of the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation.
A Duke University graduate, Mary Leah obtained a B.A. in 2004. She earned her law degree, with a Certificate in Trial Advocacy, from Samford University Cumberland School of Law in 2007. While in law school, Mary Leah was a member of the National Trial Advocacy Team and served on the Trial Advocacy Board. She also was a member of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, elected to the Honor Court, and selected as a Who’s Who Among Students in National Colleges and Universities.
Mary Leah serves on the board of directors for Blessed Brokenness and leads a small group through the organization for women walking through infertility, miscarriage and infant loss. Blessed Brokenness is a nonprofit organization that brings spiritual healing and financial blessings to couples who suffer from infertility and loss through faith-based studies and scholarships.
Mary Leah and her husband Rodney (also an attorney) live in Birmingham, Alabama, with their two very spoiled dogs, Jack (a dachshund) and Molly (a German shorthaired pointer). Mary Leah and Rodney are active members at Church of the Highlands where she serves in many capacities including the prayer team, outreach team and leads small groups. In addition to spending time with Rodney and their dogs, Mary Leah enjoys watching and attending sporting events, particularly basketball. She also enjoys running, traveling, and cooking.