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Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Miller & Zois, LLC
  • Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse...
  • Maryland
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Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Ron is a powerhouse in the legal community when it comes to personal injury and medical malpractice matters. I respect him and enjoy working with him on matters.
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Summary

Maryland personal injury trial lawyer.

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Products Liability
  • Asbestos & Mesothelioma
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Insurance Claims
  • Animal & Dog Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Maryland
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Education
University of Baltimore School of Law
J.D.
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Activities: Executive Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review
Loyola College
B.Fin.
Awards
SuperLawyers List
Superlawyers
Best Lawyers List
Best Lawyers of America
Member
Million Dollar Advocates Forum
SmartCEO
Forty Elite Lawyers in Maryland
Professional Associations
Baltimore City Bar Association
Member
Current
Prince George's County Bar Association
Member
Current
Anne Arundel County Bar Association
Member
Current
Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
Member
Current
American Trial Lawyers Association
Member
Current
American Bar Association
Member
Current
Maryland State Bar
Member
- Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
Insurance Settlement
James Publishing
Speaking Engagements
Maximizing the Value of Personal Injury Cases, North Carolina Trial Lawyers Association, Charlotte, North Carolina
Torts and Sports Law, University of Baltimore School of Law
Websites & Blogs
Website
Ronald V. Miller's Website Profile
Website
Miller & Zois, LLC Website
Blog
Lawsuit Information Center Blog
Blog
Maryland Injury Lawsuit Information Center
Blog
Drug Recall Information Center
Blog
Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog
Blog
Maryland Accident Lawyer Blog
Blog
Maryland Medical Malpractice Attorney Blog
Legal Answers
141 Questions Answered

Q. If I got a settlement, would I still be able to post a review of the doctor online,
A: It would depend on the terms of the settlement agreement, specifically the confidentiality portion.
Q. I was hit by a driver who lives out of state. Can I still sue him in Maryland or do I have to travel to his state?
A: Good question. You can sue the driver in Maryland for any tort that occurs in Maryland.
Q. We were told a procedure was risky and it didn't work - can we still sue?
A: There has to be negligence. That is the key. Did they perform the risky procedure like an ordinary, reasonable prudent surgeon would. It is not the outcome that matters. It is whether a mistake was made.
Q. Do medical malpractice laws apply to nurses and other non-doctor hospital personnel as well?
A: Yes.
Q. Is there a maximum amount of money I can recover if I win a medical malpractice suit in Maryland?
A: Google Maryland malpractice cap to find out the exact numbers. It is based on the year of the injury. The pain and suffering cap this year is 800k. There is no cap on economic damages.
Q. Is there ever a situation where a patient injured due to a surgeon's negligence can collect punitive damages?
A: Good question. There is no possibility in Maryland unless the surgeon had actual intent to cause you harm.
Q. How serious of an injury do I need to have suffered in order to win a med mal case against a hospital?
A: You do not need a serious case to win. You need a serious case to get a lawyer interested in your claim if you want to pay by contingency fee. How series is a sliding scale based on how obvious the malpractice is.
Q. My daughter's doctor took her cast off too early and she broke her leg in the same place again a week later.
A: I would depend on the facts of the case. A bad outcome does not mean malpractice. If you could prove that a reasonable, prudent doctor would not have taken the cast off early, you have a theoretical case.
Q. I just found out I was misdiagnosed and underwent an unnecessary surgery. How much can I recover? Just the bills?
A: You could potentially recover your bills, you lost wags, and your pain and suffering damages if a jury were to find a mistake was made.
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Miller & Zois, LLC
1 South St
#2450
Baltimore, MD 21202
USA
Toll-Free: (800) 553-8082
Telephone: (410) 779-4600