Elizabeth J. Accurso

Atlanta

P: 404.962.6452 | F: 404.962.6348

elizabeth.accurso@millermartin.com

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  • Overview
  • Experience
  • Education
  • Involvement
  • Overview

    Elizabeth concentrates her practice in the area of litigation. Her experience includes successfully litigating insurance coverage disputes in federal court through summary judgment, bringing declaratory judgment actions in federal court, defending insureds in personal injury and premises liability lawsuits in both state and federal court, and advising clients on complex coverage disputes. She has experience in arguing motions in state and federal court, deposing parties and non-party witnesses, defending depositions, and mediating.

    Before joining Miller & Martin, she gained experience with her prior firm as a summer associate and, after graduating with a Juris Doctor in 2015, she practiced for three years as an associate attorney in Atlanta.

  • Experience

    • Served as an Extern for the Georgia Attorney General in the Government Counsel Division.
    • At Emory University, served as a research assistant to Professor Michael Kang and was a Notes and Comments editor for the Emory Law Journal. 
  • Education

    • J.D., Emory University School of Law, 2015
      • Notes and Comments Editor, Emory Law Journal
    • B.A., English and Political Science, University of Florida, 2012
      • Dean’s List
      • Policy Scholar, Bob Graham Center for Public Service
      • College Leadership Florida, Class XIII
      • University of Florida Hall of Fame
      • Florida Blue Key
  • Involvement

    Bar Admissions
    • Georgia
    • Tennessee
    Court Admissions
    • Georgia State & Superior Courts
    • Northern District of Georgia
    • Western District of Tennessee

Did You Know

Elizabeth enjoys cooking and is always up for trying new recipes.

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