Whitehall, Ohio Personal Injury Attorney
Injuries happen. They’re as much a part of life as getting up and going to work or school. Most injuries a person suffers in his or her life won’t require any sort of litigation. But sometimes, injuries are severe enough that hiring a personal injury lawyer makes sense. Brian G. Miller is a personal injury lawyer serving Whitehall, Ohio. He’s well-respected and will fight to get his clients compensation.
Brian Miller is experienced in cases involving:
- Construction/workplace accidents: Construction sites are some of the most dangerous workplaces around. But thousands of people earn their living each day by working with heavy tools, building materials and construction vehicles. If you or a loved one is hurt working at a construction site, depending on circumstances of the situation, there may be grounds for a workers’ compensation, employer intentional tort, third party, liability, product liability or premises liability. Keep in mind, any injury suffered at any work site could possibly be used to secure compensation.
- Motor vehicle accidents: Car accident injuries and consequences can range from medical bills, lost wages, an inability to work and permanent injuries. A smart personal injury lawyer like Brian Miller can help secure compensation for you in these cases.
- Bike accidents: Cars and bikers have the same right to the road. When there is a crash involving a car and a cyclist, the biker is almost always the injured party. Consequences of this type of accident can be similar to those associated with motor vehicle accidents. We handle cases for a number of injuries sustained in bike accidents.
- Premises liability/slip and fall: Slipping and falling can result in major injuries. Possible things that can cause a slip and fall injury include standing water, broken stairs, sharp edges or other defects with buildings. Depending on where you suffer your injury, you might be able to seek compensation with the help of Mr. Miller.
- Wrongful death: Wrongful death cases are tragic because, no matter how much compensation secured, we can’t bring your loved one back. Compensation can include lost future income on wage earnings, funeral expenses and medical expenses incurred before death.
- General negligence: Whether your case involves insurance disputes and liability, breach of contract, business and commercial interests or some other miscellaneous claim, you will be best-served by a lawyer who pays attention to the details and does the work required to sort through complex data. Brian Miller has years of experience of working with details and will see things other attorneys miss.
- Pedestrian injuries & accidents: In half a second, a pedestrian can go from safely crossing the street or walking on the sidewalk to injured by a distracted driver. Any number of things can cause distracted driving, from drunk driving to texting to talking on the phone. None of these is an excuse for injuring a pedestrian.
- Animal claims/dog bites: Most animals and pets would never attack another person, but sometimes it happens. Because owners are typically liable for their pets’ actions, if you sustain an injury at the hands of an animal, you might be able to recover compensation.
- Subrogation claims: Subrogation in a legal context relates to the right of one person to substitute into the place of another to pursue recovery of monies or some other claim. We have experience in negotiating subrogation interests from the perspective of each of the parties. involved. We can assist with best positioning your interests for recovery.
- Insurance contract disputes: Insurance coverage disputes are essentially a form of contract dispute—and sometimes the language in the contract is open to interpretation. If you feel your insurance company is not following the contract, contact Brian Miller today. He can help you get what the contract calls for.
- Appellate practice: Brian Miller is not just a trial attorney. He also handles appellate cases. In appellate law, arguments are presented to the appellate courts to challenge and review decisions that may have been made erroneously by trial courts.
- Mediation and arbitration: If you don’t want to head to trial, there are two common legal options: mediation and arbitration. Mediation uses a neutral third-party to help the disagreeing parties come to an agreement. In arbitration, a mutually-agreed-upon arbitrator will hand down a decision—not unlike a trial.
Mr. Miller also works as a tort litigation specialist for civil cases.
Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A.—a personal injury attorney serving Whitehall, Ohio. Contact us for a free consultation today.Construction/
Accidents Motor Vehicle Accidents: Auto, Truck, Bus, Motorcycle Accidents Bicycle/Racing
Claims Premises Liability:
Slip & Fall
and Safety Claims
Death Claims General Negligence
General Civil Litigation Pedestrian
Injuries/Accidents Animal Claims
and Dog Bites
Contract Disputes Appellate
Practice Mediation and