Olivia Hock Miller represents her clients with experience that matters.
Olivia Hock Miller is a native Virginian. Ms. Miller earned her juris doctorate from Barry University School of Law and has been licensed to practice law in Florida since 2012. While studying at Barry, Ms. Miller was a member of the Moot Court Honors Board where she earned top rankings as an appellate advocate at all three competitions in which she participated. She was a Dean’s Study Fellow and a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant, and she also completed a year-long externship at the Office of the Federal Public Defender. Prior to pursuing her legal career, Ms. Miller earned a degree in art history from Arizona State University.
Ms. Miller joined the firm as an associate in 2018 bringing her extensive experience in handling criminal and family law cases, and personal injury and general negligence cases. Ms. Miller also brings her experience in insurance defense which personal injury and general negligence cases, products liability, premises liability, employment disputes, breaches of contract, and Florida Bar complaint defense.
Ms. Miller currently handles Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims representing medical providers and insureds. She also leads the firm’s bodily injury department, representing clients injured in car accidents, slip and falls, and trip and falls.
Ms. Miller and her husband, Mark, live in Altamonte Springs and are the proud parents of two children. Ms. Miller is active in the legal community including serving on the founding board of the Seminole County Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.
Ms. Miller’s passion is litigating and being in the courtroom, but she also enjoys working one-on-one with clients to ensure they are passionately represented.