We represent all types of people from walks of life. Because our attorneys are as diverse as the clients we represent, we not only understand the legal aspect of human rights, but the personal aspect of it, as well. Through our experience, we not only excel in the litigation aspects of our cases, but also understand and take every step possible to alleviate the stress our clients go through when they are involved in a suit.
Areas of Practice
Our employment practice is comprehensive. We are experienced in everything from negotiating individual contracts to litigating class actions and all that falls in between. We represent all types of employees in all types of cases, including wage/hour, retaliation, whistleblowing, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and unfair business practices. At the Law Offices of Scott A. Miller, APC, while we always zealously advocate for our clients when resolving workplace disputes, we also understand the necessity of maintaining the health of the employee/employer relationship, so when the dispute is resolved, the parties can still feel good about continuing to work together. We create solutions rather than more problems.
The Law Offices of Scott A. Miller, APC has a successful litigation practice, with a very high percentage of victories in our motion practice. We have years of oral argument achievement in the Courtroom, as well as great triumph in our written practice as well. When you are navigating the uncertain waters of the litigation system, you want an experienced, successful law firm, like ours on your side, protecting your rights.
While we are fortunate to live a country that dictates that we are innocent until proven guilty, that has not been the reality for many our fellow citizens in recent years. Far too often we see citizens that never get to have their day in court and exercise their Constitutional right to defend themselves against charges filed against them, because police have taken on the role of judge, jury and executioner. The training that police are provided mandates that deadly force is only an option if the officer reasonably feels their life or the life of another is in eminent danger. The police should not escalate a situation, as has been done more and more in recent years, to create a life threatening situation. Under no circumstances, should an unarmed suspect that is running away, be shot and killed. It does not meet the threshold for police use of deadly force and does not meet our threshold for compassion as people for people. As parents ourselves, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott A. Miller, APC feel the pain of the mothers and fathers who have lost their children. We also feel their anger and disappointment directed toward a system that is supposed to protect citizens, not harm them. Our attorneys channel their pain and anger into legal arguments that will attain justice for the victims of police brutality.