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Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Ronald V. Miller Jr.

Miller & Zois, LLC
  • Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse...
  • Maryland
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Maryland personal injury trial lawyer.

I am an experienced personal injury lawyer who represents individual victims in car accidents, product liability, birth injury, and other medical malpractice cases.

I am listed in Best Lawyers in America under plaintiffs' personal injury litigation, have a 10.0 rating on Avvo and 10.0 rating on Justia, and have been included on the Maryland Super Lawyers list by Thomson Reuters. I am also a proud member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Call today for a free consultation!

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Products Liability
  • Asbestos & Mesothelioma
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Insurance Claims
  • Animal & Dog Law
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Miller & Zois, LLC
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University of Baltimore School of Law
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Activities: Executive Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review
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Loyola College
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SuperLawyers List
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Forty Elite Lawyers in Maryland
Professional Associations
Baltimore City Bar Association
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Prince George's County Bar Association
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Anne Arundel County Bar Association
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Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
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American Bar Association
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Maryland State Bar
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Articles & Publications
Insurance Settlement
James Publishing
Speaking Engagements
Maximizing the Value of Personal Injury Cases, North Carolina Trial Lawyers Association, Charlotte, North Carolina
Torts and Sports Law, University of Baltimore School of Law
Websites & Blogs
Ronald V. Miller's Website Profile
Miller & Zois, LLC Website
Maryland Injury Lawsuit Information Center
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Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog
Maryland Accident Lawyer Blog
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Legal Answers
147 Questions Answered

Q. How serious of an injury do I need to have suffered in order to win a med mal case against a major hospital?
A: The question is not about winning and losing. You can win a malpractice case with minimal injuries. The problem is finding a lawyer willing to handle a smaller case who is willing to front the expense in the case and accept losing that money if the case is no successful. If the injuries are not significant and they resolve, the cost of preparing such a case for trial and trying the case (which you almost certainly will do in a low stakes case) may exceed the potential verdict a jury would award.
Q. Can I sue a cyclist who hit me on a sidewalk? There were no marked bike lanes.
A: Certainly, there may be facts to support your claim. You just have not offered enough facts about your case but there are many scenarios like this where the cyclist could be responsible.
Q. Do personal injury settlements include medical bills my insurance didn't cover?
A: Theoretically, you settlement should cover bill your insurance did not pay AND bills they did pay. Your damages for settlement include the total amount of your medical bills.
Q. Is there a difference between medical malpractice and regular negligence?
A: In Maryland, the biggest difference is the hoops you have to jump through to bring a claim in malpractice cases that are required by the statutory scheme that covers our malpractice claims. But the gist of malpractice is the same as negligence.
Q. what is the law if you brake property on the job from a outside vender
A: Your employer may also have responsibility for the damages. I just think we need to know more facts which might be why you have not gotten any responses.
Q. Can I just withdraw a lawsuit at any time if I feel like it?
A: It would be nice to have the context of the questions. But, generally, you can absolutely dismiss a case at any time. I would request a dismissal "without prejudice" if you may have any desire to revise the claim.
Q. If someone stole my car and sold it to someone else, am I still the rightful owner of the car?
A: Yes!
Q. If I got a settlement, would I still be able to post a review of the doctor online,
A: It would depend on the terms of the settlement agreement, specifically the confidentiality portion.
Q. I was hit by a driver who lives out of state. Can I still sue him in Maryland or do I have to travel to his state?
A: Good question. You can sue the driver in Maryland for any tort that occurs in Maryland.
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Contact & Map
Miller & Zois, LLC
1 South St
Baltimore, MD 21202
Toll-Free: (800) 553-8082
Telephone: (410) 779-4600