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T. Andrew Miller

T. Andrew Miller

Providing Experienced Guidance for Georgia Injured Workers and Accident Victims
  • Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Insurance Claims
  • Georgia
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The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller LLC, in Atlanta, GA, focuses on getting injured workers the right compensation for their work-related injury. The firm provides high-quality representation for all clients. The firm prides itself on being innovative and efficient when representing clients. Attorney Andrew Miller used to work for insurance companies and employers, gaining significant trial experience. Today, he uses that knowledge and experience to uphold the rights of injured workers and their families. He represents employees statewide who have suffered catastrophic and disabling injuries rendering them unable to earn a living. He understands how this lack of work affects families. Mr. Miller has a reputation among his peers for excellent work. He believes in giving personal attention to clients. He listens to their stories and comes up with strategies on fighting for them. He is accessible and works hard to answer their questions throughout the day. The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller LLC is successful in getting clients the compensation they deserve.

Practice Areas
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Personal Injury
  • Insurance Claims
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
    With some law firms, the attorney’s fee may not be all you are responsible for. Nearly all contingent fee agreements include terms which allow the attorney to pay for the expenses incurred in building a case for the client up front and deduct them from the settlement along with the attorney’s fee. Some law firms will charge the client for these expenses even if no cash settlement is obtained for the client. The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller does not practice law this way, no matter the circumstances. If the client does not receive a cash settlement at the conclusion of his or her injury claim, then the client owes nothing.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Federal Circuit
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
University of Central Florida
B.S.B.A. | Finance
Honors: With Honors
Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law
J.D. (2006) | Law
Honors: Faculty Award for Exellence in Legal Writing, 2006
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Awarded 2014, 2015, and 2016
AV-Preeminent Rated for Legal Ability, Professionalism and Ethics
Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Process
Perfect 5-Star Client Rating
Top Contributor and “Excellent” Rated Featured Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Professional Associations
Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group
- Current
Sandy Springs Bar Association
- Current
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Current
Atlanta Bar Association
- Current
American Bar Association
- Current
Georgia State Bar
- Current
Websites & Blogs
The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller, LLC Website
Legal Answers
65 Questions Answered

Q. I type all day at my office manager job. Now my wrists are killing me. Can I get workers' compensation for this?
A: Most likely, yes! Contact an experienced Worker’s Compensation attorney for a free consultation so you can know your options.
Q. I have been with attorney for my workman comp case April 2017. accident 2016, no weekly benefits so far, why?
A: That's a question for your attorney.
Q. Is it too late to sue for a on the job accident that happen in 2008?
A: Maybe not. It depends on what has happened in the meantime. Best to walk through it with a workers comp lawyer to be sure. My office offers free consultations.
Q. I am a contract employee for a school district in Georgia. I fell on campus and hurt my ankle. Is the school liable?
A: You can probably hold the school district liable for workers comp benefits, yes.
Q. Premises Liability Injury
A: It may depend on the details and mechanics of the accident, but it's absolutely possible to get compensation from the homeowner's insurance. Get a free consultation with a lawyer to learn what your options are!
Q. Do all full time employees qualify for workers' comp or just certain types?
A: Short answer: it's more complicated than that. A lot of terms referring to employment status that are thrown around are sometimes used interchangeably or incorrectly. There must be an employment relationship in order for the worker to qualify for WC benefits, and that is a legal question. In addition, in order for the WC Act to apply to a particular employer, the employer must have 3 or more employees, subject to some limitations and conditions.
Q. Can we combine FMLA leave with workers' comp?
A: Yes you can. FMLA doesn’t pay benefits like workers comp, it just protects your jon for a limited time while you’re out. Don’t let the employer fool you into choosing one or the other. That’s not how it’s supposed to work.
Q. What benefits am I entitled to if I slip and fall at my office? Can I take time off of work?
A: The answer is "it depends". More detail would be needed to determine if it's a valid claim. But in general, workers comp pays for medical treatment and income replacement under certain circumstances. It's best to consult with an attorney to know your rights.
Q. Can I file a workers' compensation claim against a former employer if the injury revealed itself just now?
A: Yes you can; and the sooner the better. Depending on the facts, you could be entitled to benefits.
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The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller, LLC
7100 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
Atlanta, GA 30328
Telephone: (678) 894-4758