Ms. Miller is a litigation attorney in the Seattle office of GLP Attorneys. Amy joined GLP Attorneys in 2012 and focuses her practice on injury cases including auto collisions, construction site accidents, wrongful death, premise liability and brain injuries.
Amy’s approach to each case is to truly get to know her clients from the perspective of friend, confidant, as well as advocate. Amy believes that every person dealing with an injury, whether big or small, is greatly impacted and deserves justice; whether that be through settlement, mediation, arbitration or trial. Amy has compassion for each unique client situation she is presented, and represents them zealously.
Prior to joining GLP Attorneys, Amy worked as a professional malpractice and negligence defense attorney in the Seattle area. Having represented plaintiffs as well as working on behalf of insurance companies, Amy brings extensive trial experience, from multiple perspectives, to her clients here at GLP Attorneys.
Amy’s compassion spreads outside of the office where she serves as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate for young children in dependency disputes, as well as provides pro bono work for legal clinics in King County.
Ms. Miller has taken on the role of litigation mentor to other attorneys in the firm, and will work alongside them prior to and at trial.
Trustworthy and effective
“I had a severe car accident several years ago. Unfortunately, despite much effort on my part to improve, my injuries were not resolving and actually appeared to be worsening. Eventually I felt I needed to hire an attorney and I went to [GLP Attorneys]. Amy Miller took on my case and from the start she was responsive to all my communications. She was also thoughtful and accommodating regarding my privacy and was sensitive to any concerns I had throughout the legal process.
We attempted to settle twice. However, the insurance company and defense attorney I was battling were extremely stubborn and unwilling to give us a fair settlement. Much to my dismay we became one of the very small percentage of people who actually go to trial for personal injury claims.
The process was stressful as expected. However, Amy did a great job of shielding me from undue stress and troubling information I did not need to know. She also worked very hard. She had tremendous drive and really advocated for me. Amy also has a great sense of humor and positive disposition. Surprisingly, I found myself actually enjoying portions of the trial because she is just a fun person to be around. Jim Gooding from GLP [Attorneys] became involved when we went to trial and also was fantastic. They seemed to work very well together.
In the end, despite valiant attempts by the defense to avoid reasonable compensation, the jury awarded us exactly what we had requested – 60 times the amount the defense had proposed during trial. The jury was in fact very close to awarding us more than we requested. What was equally as valuable to me is that I came out feeling respected with my character intact. It was a very gratifying ending to a long, drawn out, and at times, very stressful process.
Amy Miller is an absolute star. I will always be grateful to her and would not hesitate to recommend her for any personal injury litigation needs.”
Smart, personable, and WE WON!!
“Amy Miller recently handled a case regarding my insurance company that, after several years of attempted negotiation, went to trial. Amy and Jim Gooding worked amazingly well together, and several times I referred to them as the “dynamic duo.” Throughout the years handling the front end of my insurance case and again at trial, Amy has been in my corner. She is extremely knowledgable about the legal process, and responded quickly with care to any and all issues that arose. Amy kept me attuned to what was important and helped me let go of anything I should not worry about. Her positivity attitude helped me a great deal. As a result of the work of Amy and Jim, we were awarded more than what we even requested and set a legal precedent. Thank you Amy, and GLP [Attorneys]!!”
S.L. v. S.F.I.C.
Date: Sep 25, 2015
Outcome: $884,000 verdict
Description: Plaintiff was involved in a car accident after which she developed dermatomyositis (an autoimmune disease). Her insurance company offered her $0.
A.S. v. P.C. and E. Inc.
Date: Dec 23, 2015
Description: Amy's client was a 40 year old female involved in a roll-over crash on the viaduct in Seattle, following a collision caused by a driver of a commercial vehicle. Initial diagnosis was a cervical strain, which was followed by conservative chiropractic care, physical therapy, acupuncture, and massage therapy for almost three years before being diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). Surgery was recommended for the TOS. Mediation failed and the case was tried to a King County Superior Court jury.
W.M. v. J.B.
Date: Mar 17, 2014
Description: Client was involved in a significant rear end automobile collision, which resulted in a traumatic brain injury and seizure disorder. Case was resolved for all available liability and underinsured motorist insurance limits.
D.T. v. L.G.
Date: Jun 09, 2014
Description: Client was a passenger in a car that was rear ended by another car, with significant property damage. Primary injuries included cervical disc bulges, a right shoulder labral tear and rotator cuff injury, and a right hand injury leading to a diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome with surgical release. Case was resolved for all available liability and underinsured motorist insurance limits.
M.H. v A.D.
Date: Sep 18, 2014
Description: Client was involved in a significant automobile collision when the at fault driver pulled out from a stop sign directly in front of her car. As a result of the collision, client suffered a large right paracentral-central disc herniation at C4-C5, producing moderate to severe spinal stenosis with compression of the anterior surface of the spinal cord, resulting in disc replacement surgery.
Past Results do not guarantee future outcomes.
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