Both in and out of the courtroom, Brandy is an aggressive, but fair, litigator. The hallmarks of her approach to litigation are being prepared, thorough, and detail-oriented. Brandy gained extensive medical malpractice defense experience while practicing in Nashville, Tennessee for over eight years. She also developed an expertise in representing hospitals and physicians in peer review proceedings, fair hearings, and credentialing and licensure matters. Several years ago, Brandy returned home to East Tennessee and broadened her practice to include the representation of insureds, insurers, governmental entities, and employers. Brandy has tried cases throughout Middle and East Tennessee and has argued cases before the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
When joining Hancock Daniel, Brandy chose to re-dedicate her practice exclusively to representing hospitals and health care providers. Brandy is particularly attuned to the complex concerns and needs of health care professionals in litigation. With her sister and brother-in-law practicing as physicians, she understands that health care professionals facing allegations of medical malpractice have much more at risk than an adverse verdict. “I have witnessed first-hand the hard work and personal sacrifices that physicians and other health care providers make to fulfill their desire to provide compassionate, personalized, and excellent care to their patients. They deserve to receive the same compassionate, personalized, and excellent care from their lawyers.”
Emory & Henry College, B.A.
Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, J.D.
Admitted to Practice