Experienced Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer
When a person is injured in a motor vehicle accident, it is strongly advised he or she not speak to anyone else about the injury until after consulting with an experienced and highly knowledgeable accident lawyer. Do not just accept what insurance carriers are offering you. You deserve full and fair compensation for your injuries and the damage it has caused in your life.
Use a Vehicle Accident Lawyer With More Than 25 Years of Legal Experience
Attorney Daniel C. Miller has more than 25 years of legal experience. As a personal injury & accident lawyer who strives to provide compassionate and quality legal representation, he assists motor vehicle accident victims with seeking compensation for their injuries.
If you or a family member has been injured in an auto accident, call Daniel Miller at (816) 875-0470 to schedule a consultation.
Types of motor vehicle accidents include:
- Car accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Commercial vehicle crashes
- School bus or taxi accidents
- ATV accidents
- Recreational vehicle accidents
- Boat accidents/boating injuries
- Jet Ski accidents
- Watercraft accidents
As an auto accident lawyer, Daniel Miller has extensive experience in seeking financial compensation for his clients. Damages include past and future medical bills, rehabilitative/therapy costs, loss of earning capacity, loss of income and any pain and suffering. These costs can be very high in cases of serious injuries. Brain trauma, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, paraplegia or quadriplegia are life-altering. The rehabilitation process can be life-long and costs can be in the millions. Mr. Miller also represents spouses of the injured in recovering for loss of consortium. He will work with medical professionals to prove the extent of your injuries and help you and your family move forward.
Especially when there have been severe injuries, such as paralysis or amputation, victims can suffer severe emotional damage and depression. Damages can be sought for emotional suffering as well as costs for therapy and additional care.