Ronald V. Miller Jr.
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- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Miller & Zois|
|University of Baltimore School of Law - University of Baltimore||J.D.|
|Honors: Magna Cum Laude|
|Activities: Executive Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review|
|Member, Baltimore City Bar Association|
|Member, Prince George's County Bar Association|
|Member, Anne Arundel County Bar Association|
|Member, Maryland Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, American Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Member, Maryland State Bar|
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- Overall: 15 Answers
Q. I had a slip and fall in the mall, why isn't the insurance company not releasing the videos to my attorney unless he sues?
A: Cedulie is right. Insurance companies just don't produce evidence, even when it helps them. If the video helps you, then you would have ammunition to attract a personal injury lawyer to your case. Many injured people just give up and go away. The insurance companies bank on this to keep their claims down.
Q. Yaz injuries, can i use my lawyer for lawsuit
A: Of course you can hire any lawyer in your jurisdiction to handle your Yaz claim.
Q. Can an additional person be added to a complaint after the statute of limitation has run?
A: There are exceptions - fraud is the big one. But I think plaintiff is going to have a hard time maintaining a case against your wife.
Q. In a title 13 trust case how does the minor recover the money when she turns 18?
A: I'm not sure I entirely understand your question. The money becomes available to the minor when they turn 18 under the statute. They go to the bank and assume control of the money.
Q. If my father has a perscription for darvocet,and father gives son some for pain and isuffer after,can i b compensate
A: This cases are a challenge in the first place for a lot of reason. Certainly, the fact that you were not prescribed the medication is going to create an additional significant hurdle to your chances of recovery.
Q. My father passed away from lung cancer. How long does it take for a wrongful death case?
A: I have to give you the standard lawyer answer: it is hard to say. In the fast majority of cancer cases, you are going to need to file a lawsuit to get a recovery. So, and I'm sorry, it really depends on the facts of the case, who you believe is liable, how strong the case is, and so forth.
Q. My husband was inrjured years ago. The case was settled. We just found out has residual damage. Can a new case start now
A: It depends on the type of case. There are some types of claims that can be "left open" but there are generally not classic liability cases. In those, a release is full, final and forever. The best thing to do would be to call a New York lawyer, tell them the type of case, and you should get an answer real quick.
Q. What are the chances of a pfizer chantix settlement offer
A: It really depends on the type of Chantix case. I believe the cases with real value are the suicide cases. The new data on the heart attack or diabetes cases is not good and I don't think many lawyers are taking these cases.
Q. I need to know who should pay for my medical expenses after an accident in a giant food store
A: These are uphill cases to say the least. But one quick piece of advice unrelated to the merits of your claim: ask the store if their insurance policy has med pay. Their may be some insurance available to you by the mere occurrence of the accident on their premises (basically no-fault insurance that will not impact you liability claim)
Articles & Publications
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Ronald V. Miller's Website Profile
Website: Miller & Zois Website
Blog: Drug Recall Lawyer Blog
Prescription Testosterone Concerns $100,000 da Vinci Robot Verdict | What Went Wrong? August 2013 Medication Safety Labeling Changes Fosamax Lawsuit – Defense Verdict Johnson & Johnson AsksTo Centralize State Court Tylenol Liver Injury Cases July 2013 Medication Safety Labeling Changes Little Risk in Diabetes Drugs Says European Regulators June 2013 Medication Safety Labeling Changes FDA Reconsiders Changes to Generic Drug Warning Labels
Blog: Maryland Medical Malpractice Attorney Blog
Who Can Testify in a Maryland Malpractice Case? New Study Underscores MRSA Risk in Nursing Homes Substituting Plaintiffs in Malpractice Cases Kidney Donor Sues for Malpractice Done to Donee? Malpractice Claims Against Baltimore Hospitals Effort to Kick Malpractice Case in Federal Court Fails Malpractice Reform = Higher Defense Costs Medical Malpractice News Verdict in Failure to Diagnose Cervical Cord Compression Case Affirmed
Blog: Maryland Lawyer Blog
Fun New Declaratory Judgment Case in Ocean City Attorney Gets Punished for Faking In-State Tuition 13 Year Before Maryland Dairy Farm Creamery Decision... Finally Arizona Citizenship Law Is Toast DNA Testing in Maryland Criminal Cases Black Police Officers Sue Annapolis Ripken Baseball Gender Discrimination Lawsuit to Continue In-N-Out Burger and Grab-N-Go Burgers Work It All Out Accounting Firm Loses Bid to Secure Coverage
Blog: Maryland Accident Lawyer Blog
Recorded Statements Devices to Protect Infants in Cars Just Don’t Work Jury Selection: Thoughts From Ohio Neck Pain Now Equals Neck Pain Later Trampoline Injury Lawsuits How Car Accident Attorneys Put More Money in Their Injury Clients’ Pocket Maryland Law on Spoliation Commerce Secretary Hit-and-Run New IME Guideline in Workers Compensation Cases?
Blog: Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog
How to Make Sure A Corporate Representative’s Deposition Testimony Sticks at Trial Keep your kids alive, buckle them up. So, uh, yeah, the internet is public. Just so you know. What it’s like having me as co-counsel Staying Objective Is Not Always Easy Professionalism on Appeal Some ways I use Apple’s iPad in my personal injury practice The best work day of the year. Citing 50 year-old cases from trial courts that no longer exist isn’t super persuasive, just so you know.
Blog: Lawsuit Information Center
Pennsylvania Malpractice Statistics | Value of Your Case Xarelto Lawsuits | Uncontrollable Bleeding New Testosterone Warnings to be Added Low T Drug Lawsuits Class Action | Get Litigation Status Viagra and Melanoma | Is there a Link? Maple Syrup Urine Disease | New Screening Procedures Actos | Defense Verdicts and What They Mean Declining Limits Liability Insurance Policies | Trial Tactics New GM Recall Affects Millions
Blog: Maryland Injury Lawsuit Information Center
Presumption of Negligence in Maryland Car Accidents | New Opinion Defense Lawyers Talking to Patient’s Doctors | HIPPA and Maryland Law Can a Truck Accident Be the Legal Cause of a Suicide? | Young v. Swiney Discovery Failures Kill Malpractice Claim | Valentine-Bowers v. Retina Group Testifying at Trial by Skype | New Maryland High Court Opinion New $5.2 Million Miller & Zois Baltimore Medical Malpractice Verdict New Maryland Rule That Might Cause a Malpractice Action Against You Recipe for a Bad Verdict | A Recent Anne Arundel County Accident Case Can You Scare a Man to Death? New Opinion | Kassem v. Gaddy