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Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Miller & Zois, LLC
  • Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect...
  • Maryland
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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.
Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
  • Products Liability
  • Asbestos & Mesothelioma
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Insurance Claims
  • Animal & Dog Law
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
University of Baltimore School of Law
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Activities: Executive Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review
Loyola College
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Professional Associations
Baltimore City Bar Association
Prince George's County Bar Association
Anne Arundel County Bar Association
Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
American Trial Lawyers Association
American Bar Association
Maryland State Bar
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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
Ronald V. Miller's Website Profile
Miller & Zois, LLC Website
Lawsuit Information Center Blog
Maryland Injury Lawsuit Information Center
Drug Recall Information Center
Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog
Maryland Accident Lawyer Blog
Maryland Medical Malpractice Attorney Blog
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114 Questions Answered

Q. Can my manager put my name on company bulletin and/or dry erase boards without my permission.
A: Emphatically yes.
Q. I got food poisoning while on a special diet in a hospital - does that constitute medical malpractice?
A: Presuming a breach of the standard of care, this is probably medical malpractice. Any smart lawyer bringing this claim would bring it as a medical malpractice claim.
Q. I was at a storage facility and slipped on some debris on the floor.
A: I don't think there is a legal obligation to provide the name of the insurance company. That is information you can get if you file a lawsuit. Depending on the waiver you signed, you may have indemnified them for their own negligence which could be a bar to your claim.
Q. I hit a car in self driving mode because it was driving erratically. Who's at fault here?
A: You are simply not giving us enough information to make the call. You would have to give all of the facts of the case.
Q. I fired my lawyer but he's sending my personal information to other lawyers. Can I sue him?
A: You can. I just do not think the value of that case would be very high. But we would need to know more details.
Q. My brother was driving and got into an accident - he was drinking and his passenger broke his leg.
A: The question is whether the passenger is contributorily negligent. Your brother's problem is that he has to argue that he was drunk. If the passenger knew or had reason to know your brother was drunk, then it is a bar to his claim. But you brother would basically be admitting to being a drunk driver.
Q. I am self employed I have submitted all documents to my lawyer, how soon can I received lost wages must I wait settlemen
A: Lost wages for self-employed people is always a challenge. Whether the insurance company gives you credit for your lost wages will depend on a lot of factors. But we file suit more frequently in cases with self-employed lost wages because insurance companies often do not treat self-employed wages fairly until after a lawsuit has been filed.
Q. What can I do if lead (PB) hasn't affected me until after I became an adult?
A: Generally speaking, if you have a brain injury from lead paint poisoning, the injuries are going to be evident before you become an adult. Setting aside the statute of limitations (I have no idea how old you are), it will be hard to show causation if the symptoms did not appear until you were an adult.
Q. How is it possible to win a case against a doctor for failure to diagnose?
A: Of course. About half of the medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Maryland are failure to diagnose claims.
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Miller & Zois, LLC
1 South St
Baltimore, MD 21202
Toll-Free: (800) 553-8082
Telephone: (410) 779-4600