|North Carolina - NC||29 years|
|Virginia - VA||35 years|
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Joseph A. Miller, Esq. was born in Brooklyn, NY, but grew up in Portsmouth and later, Chesapeake, Va, attending Western Branch High School, Class of 1980. (Go Bruins!). He graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga with a B.A. in 1984, and later William and Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Va, in 1987. He was admitted to Practice in Va in 1988, and North Carolina in 1994. He currently holds licenses in both States.
He initially went to work in the field of Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) or railroad injury law, at his father's firm, Miller and Bondurant. Ltd. His father, Bernard Miller, who previously held an emeritus or 'of counsel' position in Mr. Miller's current firm until his passing in 2016, was also a very succesful trial attorney. At Miller and Bondurant, Mr. Joseph Miller focused on representing railroad workers injured on the job throughout the Southeast, in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennesee, and Maryland. Over the course of 10 years, he successfully obtained millions for his clients in both verdicts and settlements.
Joe subsequently began his own firm in 1999, Accidental Injury Advocates, Ltd., now known as Joe Miller Law, Ltd., where he continued representing and obtaining succesful results for injured railroad workers under the FELA, later expanding his practice to include all injured workers in North Carolina and Virginia, as well as all those injured or killed due to the negligence of others, including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and wrongful death cases. In 2017, the firm moved it's main offices to Virginia Beach, VA. Joe Miller Law now primarily focuses on representing severely injured workers, and is also known as The Work Injury Center.
Mr. Miller currently lives in Norfolk, Va with his wife of 21 years, Carol, and their two lovely daughters and Australian Shepard Dog, Luna. In addition to running a busy law practice, Joe enjoys religious study, playing guitar, writing and recording music, hiking, camping, snow skiing, and mountain biking.