David Dorer is an attorney with the Dozier Law Firm in Macon, Georgia and specializes in personal injury law, motor vehicle collisions, tractor-trailer crashes, slip and falls, negligent security breaches, credit card defaults, intellectual property disputes and other civil litigation matters.
David was born in Flower Mound, Texas but raised in Alpharetta, Georgia. After graduating from Milton High School he received a full ride HOPE Scholarship to Georgia State University where he then earned his law degree from Mercer University School of Law the following year (2012).
Early Life and Education
David Dorer was born in Flower Mound, Texas and raised and attended school in Alpharetta, Georgia. He earned a full-ride HOPE Scholarship to attend Georgia State University where he graduated with a degree in political science and philosophy. Following college, David opened up a commercial recording studio in Atlanta before attending law school at Mercer University School of Law.
Recently, a news article questioned whether Dorer was involved in the May killing of Lauren Giddings, a first-year law student at Mercer. Attorney Brett Steger wrote to reporters that these claims are unfounded and Dorer has cooperated with investigators; thus he does not fit any description as either a person of interest or suspect in Giddings’ death.
David Dorer is a trial attorney at the Dozier Law Firm in Atlanta. His practice encompasses cases ranging from catastrophic losses and car accidents, slip and falls to real estate disputes, credit card defaults, intellectual property matters, business litigation issues and employment discrimination allegations.
David is an accomplished trumpet player, having performed in several orchestras. Last week he was featured as a featured musician at Rice University’s master class alongside former students Ian Kivler and Philip Hembree. At that time, David was studying under Marie Speziale at the renowned Rice Conservatory; additionally, he served as second trumpet for the Minnesota Orchestra while earning full scholarships to Georgia State University where he graduated with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy.
Achievement and Honors
Dorer was fortunate enough to be selected for Kenyon College as a high school graduate, earning him an impressive academic record and athletic accomplishments. As part of the varsity football team for most of his time on campus, he also played golf and collected impressive stats on both fields and greens. As senior, his impressive list of wins on both fields and courses continued to grow as more sports memorabilia were acquired. A true music enthusiast, Dorer has taken up playing various instruments in his free moments – most notably trumpet.
David Dorer is an attorney in the litigation department at Dozier Law Firm. His practice encompasses cases involving motor vehicle collisions, tractor-trailer wrecks, slip and falls, negligent security systems and more; he also represents clients in criminal defense proceedings.
He graduated from Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia and earned a full-ride HOPE Scholarship to Georgia State University, earning a degree in political science and philosophy. After opening and operating a commercial recording studio in Atlanta for several years, Mercer University School of Law awarded him his law degree the following year (2012). His practice areas include personal injury, wrongful death, car crashes, slip and falls as well as criminal defense; he’s involved with several legal organizations too. He currently resides in Macon with his wife Megan Tuttle who works at Bibb County Public Defender’s Office.
David Dorer is an attorney at the Dozier Law Firm who specializes in cases involving catastrophic losses, car wrecks, wrongful death and slip and falls. He hails from Macon, Georgia and earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Philosophy while receiving a full-ride HOPE Scholarship to attend Georgia State University. Upon graduation, David began working for the Dozier Law Firm full time.
According to his Form 4 filed with the SEC, Dorer owns 10,000 units of Clorox Co stock and has made 15 trades since 2009. As such, his estimated net worth as of 13 December 2022 is $14.6 million. As a member of the board at Clorox Co, he earns $12,423,900 annually as well as owning a home in Macon, Georgia as well as five pets.