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Personal Injury Law is the core practice area at the law firm of Miller Legal Services, LLC. We offer personal injury legal representation as well as legal representation for wrongful death lawsuits and trucking accidents.

Unlike many personal injury law firms, our clients are represented by a senior Marietta personal injury attorney or wrongful death lawyer who is very experienced in all aspects of personal injury law in Georgia.

Georgia Personal Injury Law Firm

For more than 30 years, injury attorney Norman Miller has been providing skilled representation to his clients in a number of legal matters. Mr. Miller recognizes the importance of personal contact in his interactions with clients, whom he treats as individuals, and to whom he is always available. This level of personal care makes our practice different – at our firm you’re not just a number, and you will deal with your attorney directly.

At Miller Legal Services, we represent clients in personal injury cases throughout Georgia. We believe in working efficiently for our clients, and we aim to help you get a fair settlement in a timely manner. We have achieved satisfactory settlements for hundreds of clients. However, if this resolution is not achieved, we are willing to go to court and litigate on your behalf. Marietta personal injury lawyer Norman Miller has taken more than 100 cases to trial before a jury, achieving a success rate over 90 percent, meaning that he has amassed a significant depth of litigation and trial experience that defendants and their insurers take seriously.

Dedicated Representation for Accident Victims

At our firm, we handle a variety of cases ranging from car crashes and truck collisions to premises liability, workplace injury, and wrongful death claims. We understand that an accident is usually accompanied by emotional and financial strain. If you or someone you know has suffered harm due to another person’s carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation. While every case is different, a victim who establishes liability may be able to recover forms of compensation such as medical expenses, lost wages, future earnings, pain and suffering, and other economic and non-economic costs that arise from the accident.

If you’ve lost a loved one due to the fault of another person, then you may have a wrongful death claim. Under Georgia law, certain surviving family members may bring a wrongful death case and seek to recover funeral expenses, loss of companionship, loss of consortium, and any medical expenses that had to be paid prior to the relative’s death. When an accident victim files a lawsuit, the claim is generally based on the theory of negligence. In a negligence claim, the injured person must prove the following four elements:

  • The defendant owed the victim a duty of care;
  • The defendant breached that duty;
  • The defendant’s breach of duty caused the victim’s injuries; and
  • The victim incurred damages as a result of those injuries.

Georgia uses the system of modified comparative negligence to assign fault. This simply means that someone hurt in an accident can recover damages only if he or she is less than 50% at fault. Additionally, if the victim’s negligence contributed to the accident, the other negligent party is responsible only for the percentage of damages that he or she caused. If the victim was speeding, for example, the jury may find that he or she was 20% negligent. In that case, the victim may only be awarded up to 80% of the damages claimed.

It is important for victims to know that they have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit after an accident occurs. In Georgia, an injured person must file a claim within two years of the date of the accident in some cases. However, the statute of limitations will begin to run when the victim discovered or should have discovered the injury. Different claims have different statutes of limitations, which is why it is important to consult an experienced attorney soon if you are thinking about pursuing a claim.

Skilled Accident Lawyer Also Serving the Roswell and Smyrna Areas

We provide compassionate and capable representation to clients who have been harmed by another person’s wrongdoing in Marietta and throughout the surrounding communities. Personal injury lawyer Norman Miller works around the clock to help our clients seek the compensation they deserve. He has gained insights into tactics commonly used by your opponents while spending seven years as a Georgia prosecutor and nearly two decades working for insurance companies. After we learn the facts of your situation, these insights will help us develop a specific strategy for your case. While we prefer to settle our clients’ claims, we are not afraid to advocate for you in the courtroom if an out-of-court resolution is not feasible. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to relief. Call us today at 770-284-3727 or contact us online for a free case evaluation with a Marietta personal injury lawyer.

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