Category: Compensation

November 16, 2017 Compensation

What Happens in a Personal Injury Case

In the aftermath of an injury you have a lot to deal with – high medical bills, lost wages, and other stressors. Confusion about what happens in a personal injury case should not be one of your stressors. If you have suffered a severe, life changing injury it is highly likely that you would benefit…

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November 14, 2017 Compensation

A Settlement Offer: To Accept or Not to Accept

The majority of personal injury claims are resolved by settlement prior to going to trial. At Matthew G. Miller, roughly 65% of all cases we handle are resolved by settlement without filing a lawsuit. In the event that we do file a lawsuit, roughly 10% of those cases go to trial. While most cases are…

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November 7, 2017 Compensation

How Can Matthew G. Miller Help Me with My Personal Injury Claim?

The experienced attorneys of Matthew G. Miller can help you recover fair and just compensation when you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or malfeasance. We practice exclusively in personal injury law. Combined our attorneys of Matthew G. Miller have more than 50-years of successful personal injury advocacy. We are highly…

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November 6, 2017 Compensation

You Have Personal Injury Questions, We Have Answers

Here at Matthew G. Miller, our attorneys have more than 50-years of successful personal injury advocacy. We’re dedicated to making a difference in the life of each person we represent. We practice exclusively in personal injury law and wrongful death, which means all of our clients have had something horrible happen to them. Our clients…

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October 30, 2017 Compensation

Who Can Collect Wrongful Death Damages?

When a person dies due to the negligence or misconduct of another party, the victim’s family can bring a claim for wrongful death. Certainly, we cannot possibly put a monetary value on the life of a lost loved one. Financial compensation in a wrongful death claim is not meant to make up for the premature…

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