For the last 25 years, Mr. Miller has practiced exclusively in the area of insurance recovery law, handling complex insurance claims for some of the world’s most well-known companies. His extensive insurance knowledge, focus on detail, and ability to turn complex scenarios into winning legal strategies, has resulted in string of unparalleled successes for his clients. From negotiating billion dollar property insurance settlements to litigating bet-the-company D&O insurance claims, Mr. Miller has successfully handled every kind of insurance claim. He is sought after by sophisticated corporate clients for his ability to repeatedly deliver exceptional results. Prior to starting Miller Friel, Mr. Miller was a Principal Shareholder and insurance recovery practice group leader at one of the nation’s leading law firms. Mr. Miller is also a frequent speaker and author on insurance issues.
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When Should You Sue Your Insurance Carrier – An FCPA Investigation Case Study
Insurance carriers litigate for a living, and are oftentimes planning a proactive lawsuit before a policyholder even hires coverage counsel. Nonetheless, businesses with large insurance claims are typically skeptical of suing insurance carriers. This video addresses a concrete example of how to use litigation to maximize claim value. Here, a lawsuit was filed, and within . . . +More
Insurance Recovery Law: History’s Best Decisions: The Brillhart Decision
The next case in our series Insurance Recovery Law: History’s Best Decisions turns back the clock to 1942 for the Brillhart decision. Brillhart v. Excess Ins. Co. of Am., 316 U.S. 491 (1942). Although decided in 1942, Brillhart is extremely valuable today.. Nowadays, corporate policyholders are facing an all-to-common scenario. When a business tenders . . . +More
Insurance Recovery Law: History’s Best Decisions: The Penford Case
Our next case in our series “Insurance Recovery Law: History’s Best Decisions” is the Penford case from 2011. See Penford Corp. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa., 662 F.3d 497 (8th Cir. 2011). Although this case had a tragic outcome, it illustrates what not to do in the corporate insurance arena. In . . . +More