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.
- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Insurance Claims
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- 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. http://www.amillerlegal.com/no-fee-unless-we-win-explained/
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- The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller, LLC
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- 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
- Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group
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- Sandy Springs Bar Association
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- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
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- Atlanta Bar Association
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- Atlanta Injury Attorney Blog
- Georgia Employer That Failed to Comply with Law Ordered to Pay Injured Workers’ Attorney Fees
21 February 2018
- Duplicative Claims Dismissed in Car Accident Case Involving Police Officer
14 February 2018
- Proving Entitlement to Income and Medical Benefits in Front of the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation is All About the Evidence
7 February 2018
- Venue in Georgia Trucking Accident Cases is Crucial to Getting Justice for the Injured Victim
31 January 2018
- Prior Work Injuries Can Complicate Georgia Workers’ Compensation Cases
5 January 2018
- Link Between Physical and Psychological Injuries Necessary Under Georgia Workers’ Compensation Law
28 December 2017
- Defective Roadway Claim Against City Turns on Issue of Notice
27 December 2017
- Workers’ Compensation Board Orders Employer to Pay Almost Two Years of Temporary Disability Benefits to Georgia Woman
15 December 2017
- Surgery Order must be Related to Work Injury in Georgia Workers’ Compensation Cases
8 December 2017
- Q. If the doctor releases me to work with no restrictions would I still be able to receive worker's comp benefit
- A: Workers comp will cut off your weekly checks if your doctor releases you to unrestricted duty work. If you get released to unrestricted duty work and you don't agree with that, your best bet is to retain a lawyer who can advise you of the best way to proceed.
- 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. I have 2 fractures in my thoracic spine but need MRI for verification, am I entitled to one with IV SEDATION,
- A: The answer is probably yes if your doctor orders it. It can be difficult to get workers comp doctors to be sympathetic when it comes to issues like this. Consult a lawyer for best results in your workers comp case. There's a lot you need to know about your rights and responsibilities under the law.
- Q. Fractured my wrist a month ago still waiting for WC to schedule my MRI can I sue for pain an suffering?
- A: Technically no, not exactly. But that does not mean you cannot be fairly compensated and it certainly does not mean that Worker’s Comp. should not move quicker to take care of your injuries. Get a free consultation with an experienced Worker’s Compensation attorney as soon as possible
- Q. Hello, I got hurt at work. It required 2 surgeries. Is there a pay bracket to go by for a settlement?
- A: Get a free consultation with an experienced worker’s compensation lawyer so you can make sure you don’t leave any money on the table!
- Q. WC stopped sending checks & Job never placed back to work. Recently got IME, & diagnosed with 6 painstaking conditions.
- A: There are many ways WC can suspend weekly checks. The law does require that they meet certain requirements before doing so...however, in any particular situation you have to know your rights and responsibilities under the law so you will likely need to retain a lawyer to get the checks turned back on or help find you some other acceptable result.
- Q. I was in a wreck on the job I'm a courier . Didn't receive claim# till 2 weeks later to do follow up..what can I do?
- A: The answer is: "it depends". I would need a lot more info about what happened. But I can tell you one thing: if there's any question, the employer and insurance company are going to resolve the issue against you, so you should consider talking to an attorney. My office offers free consultations.
- Q. WC Attorney wants me to sign an agreement which allows them to charge me money if they quit the case - is that normal?
- A: Most workers comp attorney fee contracts provide a process, consistent with Georgia law, for an attorney who no longer represents an injured worker to petition the SBWC for attorney fees out of the settlement. Ask the lawyer you’ve consulted with to explain the process to you and make your decision from there.
- Q. I am a FL resident, truck driver for a company based in GA. What state laws would I follow for WC?
- A: Would need more information but it could be a Georgia case, which would be better for you than a Florida case!