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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. / Law (2006)
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
Legal Answers
27 Questions Answered

Q. I am the General Manager for a restaurant and was on my way to do the bank deposit and got rear ended. is this a workman
A: Employers and workers comp insurance companies have a lot of wiggle room when the accident did not take place on the premises. You should be able to eventually get this case accepted under workers will be much better for you if you retain a lawyer to pursue it. You also have a case against the driver that rear-ended to have a lawyer for that too. In fact, managing the relationship between the two cases can be difficult..there is a right and a wrong way to do it. Consult with a lawyer asap.
Q. If I am on workers comp for a back injury, can I still use my company car and my company paid gas card?
A: That's up to your employer. Issues like this are technically separate from your workers comp case, in most situations. I'd guess that how long they allow you to use the car/card depends on how long you are out on workers comp.
Q. Is there a statue of limitations on receiving workers comp?
A: There are different limitations periods for different circumstances. Your best bet would be to consult an attorney, who will have a bunch of questions for you about the situation and hopefully can put together a plan for you. My office offers free consultations.
Q. Mediation for my premise liability lawsuit in Sept is coming up. For the past 5 years my attorneys have handle
A: Keep asking - you have a right to know. As you get closer to the mediation, you should be able to discuss what to expect, in general terms. Your attorney does not know exactly what will happen, nor can they tell you precisely what will or will not be offered. But you are entitled to a frank discussion with your attorney on their evaluation of your case from a settlement standpoint. Premises liability cases can be particularly difficult to value, so keep that in mind. You won't find out what you can get until the big day comes.
Q. Can I sue my company for not giving me a second opinion physician option?
A: Yes you can take legal action to enforce your rights under workers comp law - your second opinion being one of those rights. Contact a workers comp lawyer to discuss your options. My office offers free consultations.
Q. So today I was in a accident and it was a road rage situation. The other driver hit my vechile with the intent to cause
A: Did you suffer injuries in the accident? If so, you will want to consult an attorney to discuss your rights.
Q. I got injured at work.and got a form to fill out and it asked of any preexisting conditions. Do i have to disclose it
A: The short answer is yes, you should always be truthful in communicating with your employer about issues like this because it can only come back to haunt you later if you try to hide something. Workers comp insurance companies have access to information about medical treatment across the country. You will probably encounter some difficulty in proceeding with this new work injury claim. If you get a free consultation with a workers comp lawyer you will be much better off in the long run.
Q. If I'm unable to handle working at my current job while on worker's comp and quit my job, do I forfeit any benifits?
A: Based on your description of the situation, you'd probably be leaving a good bit of money on the table if you were to quit now. Best thing would be to consult with a workers comp lawyer to help you get through out of this quickly and with the most money in your pocket possible. My office offers free consultations.
Q. I am 65 years old , I was injured on the job a year ago . I worked and drew my social security . i dont
A: The short answer is you have to have a Medicare Set Aside because you might be Medicare eligible in the next two years, even if you aren't right now. The fact that you are on Social Security makes it more likely that you will be Medicare eligible, which means that both parties to the settlement must protect Medicare from having to pay for treatment for your work injuries in the future.
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The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller, LLC
7100 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd
Atlanta, GA 30328
Telephone: (470) 891-4689