As an authority in the field of construction defect litigation for more than thirty years, The Miller Law Firm provides the finest quality of legal representation in the resolution of construction claims. Having literally written the book, The Miller Law Firm is professionally adept at the proper approach to protecting the rights and interests of homeowners in urban mid-rise, high-rise, and mixed use associations. This signature practice, while focusing its attention in California, achieved national recognition in addressing the varied and complex issues of design and workmanship operative in faulty construction.
The firm brings to each building project decades of experience and a detailed knowledge of today's legal framework. Its expertise provides a thorough accounting in understanding the complex network of relationships between homeowners associations and the myriad of participants ultimately involved in the efficient resolution of construction defect claims.
We do more than simply stay abreast of current legal developments. We actively contribute to the legislative dialogue shaping both our profession and the industry of real estate development. In addition, The Miller Law Firm has held influential positions on professional committees and boards, including the Community Associations Institute, California Association of Community Managers, and the Executive Council of Homeowners.
We frequently present ideas at important local, state, and national industry conferences. Meanwhile the commentary and analyses of our attorneys appear regularly in journals, newspapers and publications. Today, we are also recognized as legal experts in the field of construction defects by top media forums.
The Miller Law Firm is a proud recipient of the 2014 Litigator Award by the Trial Lawyers Board of Regents, LLC. This award is the most well respected performance measuring symbol of litigation achievement in the nation, honoring only the top 1% of attorneys, and based strictly on tangible verdict and settlement dollar achievement.
By: Thomas E. Miller, Rachel M. Miller & Matthew T. Miller