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Heather R. Beygo

Of Counsel

Phone: 301.352.4963
Fax: 301.352.8691

Heather R. Beygo joined DeCaro Doran as Of Counsel in 2022. She has 20 years of litigation experience representing local, regional, and national clients in a broad range of industries.

Heather was born in California and graduated from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in Political Science.  She obtained her juris doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center in 1996.  She is barred in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Illinois, Missouri, and California.

Heather began her legal career in St. Louis, Missouri, where she represented health care providers and nursing homes in medical malpractice actions in the state and federal courts of Missouri and Illinois.  She also defended manufacturers of medical devices, pharmaceuticals, automobiles, and asbestos materials in product liability litigation.

Since moving to Maryland in 2002, Heather has practiced in commercial litigation, consumer protection, construction defect, toxic tort, food contamination, property claims, personal injury, product liability and governmental liability. Her current practice is concentrated in insurance defense, commercial litigation, motor vehicle and trucking, and premises liability. 

Heather has a special interest in animal law.   She is a member of the MSBA Animal Law Section and assisted a task force related to pit bull law in Maryland.   She is also a member of the Maryland Horse Council.

Heather lives in Davidsonville, Maryland with her husband and two sons.  Her hobbies include horseback riding, scuba diving, and skiing. 

  • General Liability
  • Insurance Defense
  • University of California, Davis (B.A. Political Science with Honors, 1993)
  • University of Houston Law Center (J.D. 1996)
  • 2003, Maryland
  • 2003, District of Columbia
  • 2000, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Maryland Defense Counsel
  • Prince George’s County Bar Association