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!
- Personal Injury
- Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
- Medical Malpractice
- Birth Injury, Medical Misdiagnosis, Pharmacy Errors, Surgical Errors
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Products Liability
- Drugs & Medical Devices, Motor Vehicle Defects, Toxic Torts
- Asbestos & Mesothelioma
- Workers' Compensation
- Insurance Claims
- Bad Faith Insurance, Business Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Motor Vehicle Insurance, Property Insurance
- Animal & Dog Law
- Free Consultation
- Contingent Fees
- English: Spoken, Written
- 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
- Loyola College
- SuperLawyers List
- Best Lawyers List
- Best Lawyers of America
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Forty Elite Lawyers in Maryland
- Baltimore City Bar Association
- Prince George's County Bar Association
- Anne Arundel County Bar Association
- Maryland Trial Lawyers Association
- American Trial Lawyers Association
- American Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar
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- Insurance Settlement
- James Publishing
- 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
- Ronald V. Miller's Website Profile
- Miller & Zois, LLC Website
- Maryland Injury Lawsuit Information Center
- New Opinion: Baltimore Police Brutality Within the Scope of Employment
13 October 2020
- Qui Tam Lawsuits in Maryland
9 October 2020
- Billing v. Moulsdale | Justice Restored in Sexual Assault by Doctor Case
23 September 2020
- Drug Recall Information Center
- Can Valium and Xanax Cause Increase the Risk of Ectopic Pregnancy?
16 June 2020
- Allergan Breast Implants and Lymphoma Cancer Fears
9 August 2019
- Diabetes Medications Linked to Amputations, Study Concludes
7 January 2019
- Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog
- Doctor Patient Confidentiality | What You Should Know
17 November 2020
- Thomas v. Sheer | Interesting Malpractice Statute of Limitations Decision
5 October 2020
- What Is Required for Notice of a Defect in Maryland? (2020 Appellate Opinion)
22 June 2020
- Maryland Accident Lawyer Blog
- Determining Fault in Left-Turn Auto Accidents
9 November 2020
- What Do You Do If You Are At-Fault for a Car Accident?
6 November 2020
- Which Big Trucking Companies in Maryand Cause the Most Accidents?
2 November 2020
- Maryland Medical Malpractice Attorney Blog
- How Long Does it Take for a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit to Settle?
10 November 2020
- How Medical Malpractice Settlements Get Negotiated
23 October 2020
- What Is the Difference Between a Registered Nurse and a Medical Assistant?
1 October 2020
- Lawsuit Information Center Blog
- Paragard and the History of IUDs and Product Liability in the U.S.
25 November 2020
- Paragard IUD Class Action Lawsuit Gaining Steam
24 November 2020
- Beovu Vision Loss Class Action Lawsuit Possible
20 November 2020
- 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.