Brian Miller Columbus Ohio Personal Injury Attorney

Personal Injury Attorney in Columbus, Ohio

As a personal injury lawyer in Columbus, Ohio, the law office of Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A., focuses on winning serious injury and wrongful death cases for the clients we represent.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to the fault of another person or company, including your employer or a third party, contact our law firm to discuss your legal options with a knowledgeable, confident and trusted tort litigation specialist.

What is tort litigation?

Tort litigation includes the management of personal injury cases. Generally, such litigation involves a civil lawsuit where one party attempts to recover monetary compensation from another party for damages. The injured person is the plaintiff and the negligent party is the defendant. Tort lawsuits can involve negligent acts or intentional acts of harm. Either way, the victim may sue for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.

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How to find a personal injury lawyer that’s right for you

When it comes to law, experience matters. Our firm’s principle, Brian G. Miller, is an accomplished trial lawyer thoroughly committed to his profession and dedicated to creating strong attorney-client relationships.

Successful negotiations and fair settlements

Often, lawsuits are settled before they go to trial. In fact, a settlement is sometimes the best resolution. We can help you weigh the pros and cons and, if appropriate, negotiate a fair and reasonable settlement. Rest assured, our goal is to advocate for you and get the financial compensation you deserve.

We handle injury and wrongful death cases resulting from:

How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?

There is no charge for an initial consultation and cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means if there is no recovery, our law firm does not charge a fee. When you call, we can answer your questions and let you know if we think you have a case worth pursuing. This is all done in confidence and at no obligation to you.

When should you file a personal injury claim?

If you or a loved one has been injured, there are certain time limits in which you must file your claim by. Don’t take the chance of missing your deadline to file. Call today and get the peace of mind that your case is in good hands.

What is the difference between a claim and a lawsuit?

Here is an example: If you were in a car accident that was the other driver’s fault, you would file a claim with the other driver’s insurance company. The insurance company would then negotiate with you or your legal representative, an amount to pay you for your injuries and damages. If you accept the amount, the claim is settled.

If an agreement cannot be met because your claim was denied or the payment offered was too low, the next step, when trying to obtain recovery, would be a lawsuit.

Who can sue for a wrongful death claim?

If someone in your family has died because of another person’s (or a company’s) negligence or misconduct you may be able to sue, provided you are the personal representative of the decedent’s estate. Each state, and often each county, has its own set of rules, or statutes. Contact us for more information regarding wrongful death lawsuits.

If you’ve been hurt, work with one of the top personal injury attorneys in Columbus, Ohio.

Our team has the talent, legal knowledge, and experience to guide you through the legal process and advocate for your best interests.

For a personal injury attorney near you in Columbus, Ohio, contact the law office of Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A. We provide legal assistance regarding injury, wrongful death and tort litigation. Contact us today to discuss your case 614-221-4035.

 

Construction/
Workplace
Accidents
Car & Truck Accidents: Auto, Truck, Bus, Motorcycle Accidents Bicycle/Racing
Accident
Claims
Premises Liability:
Slip & Fall
and Safety Claims
 
Wrongful
Death Claims
General Negligence
General Civil Litigation
Pedestrian
Injuries/Accidents
Animal Claims
and Dog Bites
 
Subrogation
Claims
Insurance
Contract Disputes
Appellate
Practice
Mediation and
Arbitration