Brandy Robertson and Megan Miller
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Brandy Robertson is an attorney with Heninger Garrison Davis, representing clients who have been wronged or injured. Her practice includes personal injury, civil sexual abuse, wrongful death, nursing home abuse/negligence, and medical malpractice. She has consistently been recognized for her legal skills and leadership abilities, and has received the following industry awards: Alabama Super Lawyers Rising Star 2014 – 2015; Mid-South Super Lawyer Rising Star 2016 – 2017; Mid-South Super Lawyers – 2021; Best Lawyers in America 2019-2021; B-Metro’s Top Women Lawyers 2015 – 2020; B-Metro Top Lawyers – 2016-2019. She is an active member with the Birmingham Bar Association and the Women Lawyers Section. Brandy is passionate about serving those who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, and she is an active member of the Regional Board of the Alabama Head Injury Foundations. Brandy is a also a member of the Springville Preservation Society Board of Trustees which focuses on the historic preservation of several buildings and the operation of the museum in Springville, Alabama. Brandy is a board member for the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation where she serves on the Grants Committee and she is the chair of the Fund Development Committee. When Brandy is not working, she is busy with her husband, two daughters and their two dogs. She enjoys gardening, teaching baton and being outdoors.
Megan Miller is thrilled to be invited back to participate in Dancing with the Stars of the Magic City for a second year. Megan has danced for over 12 years and her favorite styles are jazz, contemporary and musical theatre. She was part of the competition team at Auburn School of Dance and Performing Arts, a member of the East Alabama Community Ballet, and danced several roles in the company's production of the Nutcracker each year. Megan attended The University of Alabama and currently works as a paralegal at Heninger, Garrison and Davis. In her free time, Megan fosters dogs through Two by Two Rescue, and also kayaks, hikes, reads and organizes dance classes for adults in the community.