joined Miller & Drozdowski as a paralegal in July 2007. She has extensive medical training and certification in x-ray, phlebotomy, pulmonary function studies and diabetes telehealth. Before joining our team, Christie worked for Community Health Center for 13 years, where she assisted individuals in Federal Black Lung claims. Christie’s medical training enables her to better interpret medical evidence which is crucial to a disability case. Christie enjoys meeting clients and making them as comfortable as possible in a difficult situation.
joined Miller & Drozdowski in 1992 as a receptionist and became a paralegal in 1993. She was born in West Virginia, and attended West Virginia Wesleyan College before moving to Knoxville, Tennessee. Chris also studied Medical Terminology at the University of Tennessee, allowing her to better interpret medical records for disability cases. Making a difference in people’s lives motivates Chris to strive for excellence in the field of Social Security Disability. After almost 20 years as a paralegal, Chris remains passionate about helping clients win their disability cases and taking away some of their financial burden.
returned to Miller & Drozdowski in 2012 after several years away. During that time, Dana had a daughter and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Tennessee in Business Administration and Accounting. She originally joined the firm in 1990 and studied Medical Terminology and also received a Paralegal Certificate from the University of Tennessee. Dana’s ability to connect with clients and her vast knowledge of the Social Security process allow her to successfully support clients. Dana’s goal is to have a heart for those in need while they navigate the difficult and complicated Social Security process.