When someone injures you in an accident, the aftermath can get expensive. Between medical bills and potential losses, personal injuries can become more than just a painful experience. Miller Law Group has over 50 years of combined experience representing victims of car accidents, truck accidents, and those otherwise injured by the negligence of others. Our personal injury attorneys will fight hard for your compensation. We will provide the support and resources needed to maximize your financial recovery and get you back on your feet.
Once you file a claim for compensation, our lawyers will work with you to build a strong case. We will investigate and analyze the accident, identify the party responsible, hold them accountable, and handle all settlement negotiations. Insurance companies will fight tooth and nail to downplay your accident and lessen the damages. We’ll fight back to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Car accidents can have a lasting impact on your life. A few seconds of carelessness can lead to a lifetime of pain. When you’ve been injured in a car accident, you can trust our personal injury lawyers to help you get compensation. If you have been injured in a car wreck, make sure to read our five tips to help protect yourself and your claims.
When it comes to large commercial trucks, your car doesn’t stand a chance. Accidents involving these vehicles can be dangerous and catastrophic. If you have a run-in with an 18-wheeler, Miller Law Group will help with the aftermath. We’ll help you get in contact with the driver, trucking company, dispatching company, and other liable parties for proper compensation.
A helmet and gear can only give you so much protection, which is why motorcycle accidents cause serious personal injury. From head and neck injuries to road rashes and broken bones, one crash can cause a lot of damage.
Bicycling is a great recreational activity and an eco-friendly mode of transportation. Unfortunately, motor vehicles aren’t great at sharing the road. With your bike’s size and lack of protection, a bicycle accident can be serious and sometimes fatal. If you or someone you love gets injured in a bike accident, our personal injury attorneys will help you fight for your rights.
Distracted drivers have made pedestrian accidents more common in recent years. When you’re involved in a pedestrian accident, the fear and pain you experience can be overwhelming. Miller Law Group will help you get your life back on track.
Dogs are man’s best friend. That’s why it can be quite a shock when one attacks or bites you. Dog bites can lead to expensive medical bills and emotional trauma. Our personal injury attorneys will hold the owners liable if their dog shows violent tendencies.
If you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property, whether commercial or personal, you may be entitled to compensation. It is the property owner’s responsibility to keep their property safe. In the event of an accident, you have the right to file a premises liability claim that holds the owner accountable.
Accidents can sometimes have life-long consequences. When you experience a catastrophic injury – traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, and more – you may have to deal with surgeries and medical bills for years. Miller Law Group will help maximize your financial recovery.
If you have or are experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace, Miller Law Group will fight for you. Sexual misconduct can create a hostile work environment, affecting your work performance and making you feel uncomfortable. You have the right to file a complaint with your workplace and back it up with a federal claim if the harassment continues afterward.
Pinpointing the cause of a motor vehicle accident is an important part of a successful personal injury investigation. By doing so, we can identify all parties that share responsibility for the accident and hold them accountable. Further, by fully investigating the case, our personal injury lawyers put our clients in a position to achieve a successful outcome, whether through settlement negotiations or in trial.
Miller Law Group is committed to giving personal attention to their clients, while developing and using innovative strategies for success, including conducting focus groups to determine what trial strategies work best with juries. When you need a personal injury lawyer in Raleigh, NC, you can count on Miller Law Group to represent you. With decades of legal experience, we have the skills and resources needed to deliver exceptional legal services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What exactly is a claim for personal injury?
A: Personal injury occurs when someone is hurt by the actions of another. The injured party must show that the other party acted negligently in causing the accident to occur and that the injury is a direct result of those actions. If you have any additional questions about your case, you can set up an initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer to learn more about personal injury claims.
Q: What is contributory negligence?
A: North Carolina is one of the few states that still follows the law of contributory negligence. Contributory negligence means that if the other side can show that you in any way contributed to the accident (even by 1%) by not exercising reasonable care under the circumstances, then you may be completely barred from recovering.
Q: What is the statute of limitations for my personal injury case?
A: Generally, in North Carolina, parties have three years to bring a lawsuit after the accident occurred which is the basis for the action. Parties have two years from the date of death of an individual to bring an action for wrongful death. Statutes of limitations can be complicated by several factors and therefore it is very important you have an attorney review the facts of your case before determining that the statute of limitations has run. Do not hesitate to contact our office for a free consultation with a personal injury attorney regarding your case.
Q: How much will it cost me to obtain legal services?
A: The cost of legal services depends on the type of case you have. At Miller Law Group, PLLC, we take personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that there is no attorney’s fee unless you recover for your case. Upon recovery, the attorney fee is a percentage of the recovery. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact our office and we would be happy to discuss the specifics of your case.
Q: Will I have to go to court?
A: Ultimately, you get to make this decision. At Miller Law Group, our goal is to get the responsible party or their insurance carrier to offer you a fair settlement as quickly as possible. If the responsible party or insurance carrier deny your claim or refuse to pay you a fair amount, it may be necessary to go to court to enforce your rights.
Q: I am not sure about hiring a personal injury lawyer, but I was injured, and the insurance company is not offering a fair amount. What should I do?
A: The insurance company representing the person responsible for your injuries is not there to protect you. Their goal is to get you to settle your claim for the least amount of money possible. The insurance company understands that, quite frequently, after an injury, people are in a difficult financial situation because of the need to take time off work and based on medical bills incurred as a result of the accident. Based on this information the insurance company may offer substantially less than may be recoverable under North Carolina law in hopes that you will settle due to the pressure you are under.
A person injured by another’s negligence has a number of rights under the law. Insurance companies have experienced adjusters and lawyers whose job it is to protect the insurance company, not you. Contact us if you would like to discuss your rights and determine if hiring an attorney is right for you. There is no charge for your initial consultation with Miller Law Group.
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