Personal Injury, Auto Accidents &
Medical Malpractice

Personal Injury

If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, you may be eligible to seek compensation for your losses and suffering.

The lawyers at The Law Offices of Vincent Miller are experienced in all types of personal injury cases. We have dealt with various types of accidents and injuries. We provide highly effective legal representation with attentive hands-on service and a sincere commitment to victims of accidents and wrongful death.

Our reputation for success precedes us.

Personal injury is a legal term referring to situations where one party´s wrongful acts or negligence cause damage to another party. Personal injury typically involves bodily harm, though it also includes all damages caused by, and related to, the wrongdoing. There are several torts, or civil wrongs, that fall under the broad umbrella of personal injury law. Wrongful death, premises liability, defective drugs, faulty medical devices, medical malpractice, auto accidents, plane crashes, work-related injuries, defective products, nursing home abuse, and toxic torts are all types of personal injury cases.

Were you injured in an Auto Accident?

The Law Offices of Vincent Miller represents people involved in car accidents. Our goal is simple: to get our clients the maximum compensation possible. It is imperative that you speak to a lawyer before discussing your case with the other party’s insurance company. Their only goal is to settle your claim as quickly as possible, and for as little money as they can manage. Without a personal injury lawyer by your side, it can be hard to tell just how much money you are entitled to. We can negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to ensure you get the money you receive as compensation.


Auto accidents claim the lives of thousands of Americans and cause untold injuries each year. With increasing dependency on cars for transportation, you are likely to be involved in at least one auto accident in your lifetime. Auto accidents are stressful situations and the Law Offices of Vincent Miller can help you with this process.


If you are in an auto accident, it is important to stay calm in order to take the appropriate steps that follow. Always remember to call the police right away. Even if no one was injured, it is essential to file an accident report with a reliable source. Sometimes pain from unseen injuries, starts appearing the following day. Insurance companies must determine fault in an auto accident and the police report will serve as a verifiable account. It is crucial to gather as much information from the scene of the auto accident as possible to ensure that your health, safety, and interests are protected. Obtain the other driver’s full name, contact information, driver’s license number, insurance information, and as many other details as possible that might be related to the accident. If you can, take the names and contact information of any witnesses. If you have a camera, which pretty much all cell phones do, take pictures of the auto accident and gather as much information and footage as possible. Car accident victims who believe they are injured should seek medical attention immediately. Many troubling injuries that are caused by an auto accident may be initially disguised by minor pain. If you have been involved in an auto accident, it is important to contact the Law Offices of Vincent Miller right away to help ensure that you are compensated for any losses.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider is negligent and doesn’t follow accepted medical practices. Examples of medical malpractice include: Failing to diagnose a condition in time to treat it properly, failing to order necessary and appropriate medical tests, delay in diagnosing cancer, failing to refer a case to a medical specialist, prescribing incorrect medication, etc.

If a healthcare provider performed below the standard of care, resulting in injury to a patient, the provider is liable for the damages caused by that care. Hospitals can also be held liable for the negligence of their doctors and employees. Damages can include lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, etc.

We work hard at obtaining the best financial outcomes possible for our clients. Our goal is to secure for our clients the adequate and appropriate resources they need to manage the results of devastating and unnecessary injuries due to medical negligence.