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Trial Preparation In A Time Of Pandemic

Using Technology, ZOOM! To Prepare Your Big Case For Trial As we proceed into uncharted territory there is one thing that we trial lawyers know and that is we have a duty, a responsibility, to our seriously injured clients to press on as we lead them on the road to justice. We have to adapt. Read More

Miller Law Offices Nashville Avoided Major Damage From The Recent Tornado

The Basement East, was an iconic music venue a short three blocks from our office. It was destroyed, but their mural has become an anthem for the recovery sparked by thousands of volunteers. At the Miller Law Office we had insignificant damage in comparison and are back at work with the electric on and the Read More

In A Jury Trial Whose Rules Apply? Yours, The Expert Or The Jurors

Our rules must be the Juror rules. I have some ideas about finding out what the juror’s rules actually are, I hope you find them helpful.

Framing Your Case For Today’s Jurors

Join us for a Webinar on March 25, 2020 and 1pm CST. Michael J. Swanson, CEO and Chairman of Advocate Capital, Inc. and Author of “How David Beats Goliath, Access to Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms” will be joined by Phillip Miller, a nationally recognized trial consultant and attorney who is board certified as a Read More

Trial Lawyer/Trial Consultant Speaks at Southern Trial Lawyers Association 2020 Annual Convention

          This past week I was honored to speak about storytelling to a great group of storytellers, The Southern Trial Lawyers Association. Their 2020 Annual Conference in NOLA, during Mardi Gras, always provides great information, great contacts and wonderful insight into the world of Plaintiff trial lawyers. It’s a wonderful feeling Read More

Tire Safety Can Save Your Life And The Lives Of Others

Tire Safety Can Save Your Life I have been working on a tire safety case for a client who was catastrophically injured in an automobile truck collision that was caused by defective tires. He was just driving along doing what he has been taught to do. He was not drinking, eating, letting himself become distracted Read More

Focus Groups For Medical Negligence Cases

I’m speaking on Saturday Feb 8 to the Medical Negligence section of the American Association for Justice at their mid year convention in New Orleans with a topic “How focus groups can help you prepare to for a medical negligence case” Never been a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) formerly the Association Read More

Important Safety Issues For My Friends

Important Safety Issues I hope you are well. I’ve run across several important safety issues that I think need to be shared with my friends. Take a minute and look them over and share them with your family and friends. Stroller and Other Baby Product Recalls While I was looking into news of baby stroller Read More

Juror Proof Will Win Your Big Case – Getting Into The Minds Of Your Jury

Juror Proof: What Do Your Jurors Think About Your Case? One of the most valuable lessons I have learned during my years as a personal injury trial lawyer is the concept that “juror proof” decides cases, not “legal proof.” Juror proof drives juror deliberations, even though it’s not part of the legal elements of the Read More

Part 5: Evasive Witnesses That Use Spiteful Precision

As a trial lawyer I always hate it when you are taking a defendant witness deposition and they continue to disrupt your questioning by asking you to define the words in your questions. As a trial consultant I have developed several ways to prepare for and approach this type of evasive witness. This category of Read More

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