Worthington, Ohio Personal Injury Attorney
No matter how cautiously you approach life, you are bound to encounter some injuries. Your injuries might be severe enough to warrant a personal injury lawsuit. In this case, hire Brian G. Miller as your attorney. He’s an experienced and successful personal injury attorney. Since founding his law firm in 2004, he’s served the Worthington, Ohio area.
Here is a small sampling of cases Brian Miller can handle:
- Construction/workplace accidents: It’s easy to envision how injuries can occur at a construction site. With all the building materials and heavy machinery, injuries are bound to happen—sometimes, severe injuries. If you or a loved one is hurt while working at a construction site, you might have grounds to pursue a personal injury lawsuit. Even if you work in an office and get hurt, you might be able to secure compensation. Contact Brian Miller to start the process.
- Motor vehicle accidents: After a car accident, you can accumulate piles of medical bills. These can be on top of a severe injury that causes you to miss work. A talented personal injury attorney can help secure compensation for you in these cases.
- Bike accidents: Did you know that cyclists and bikers have the same right to the road? Many people aren’t aware of that. This means if you’re a cyclist and get injured by a driver, you might be able to secure compensation for your injuries and bills.
- Premises liability/slip and fall: Slips and falls are somewhat common and sometimes cause major injuries to the hips or legs. A slip and fall injury could be caused by any number of things, including standing water, broken stairs, sharp edges or other building defects—including a misplaced or absent wet floor sign.
- Wrongful death: Wrongful death cases are always difficult to deal with because, no matter how much compensation we win for you, we can’t bring back your loved one. To help ease the pain of such a tragic loss, compensation can include lost future income on wages, 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: All it takes is the blink of an eye for a pedestrian to go from safe to hurt because of a negligent driver. Distracted driving can come in many forms, from sending a quick text to singing to the music and losing focus. But there is no excuse for hitting an innocent pedestrian. If you’ve been injured as a pedestrian, consider hiring Brian Miller to represent you in a personal injury case.
- Animal claims/dog bites: Of course, most animals and pets would never think about attacking another person. But since owners are usually liable for their pets’ actions, if you are injured because of another person’s 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 maintains an appellate practice in addition to his successful and prosperous trial practice. 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 Worthington, 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