Thank you for visiting our site. We hope you it has been helpful to you. Our lawyers have spent a lot of time to put a lot of information on here for victims, including information that is directed to people with claims that we would never consider handling (for example, property damage claims in auto accidents).
We really try to hard to provide real information you can use on this website and try not to use too much “lawyer speak“. Please forgive if this disclaimer strays from that paradigm a little. This disclaimer is a little dry but must be clear.
Please bear in mind that this website has been prepared for informational purposes only and is not intended to be regarded as legal or medical advice or counsel.
People visiting this site should obviously not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in this site, and should instead always seek appropriate legal or other professional advice based on the particular facts and circumstances and law applicable in the visitor’s case and from an attorney licensed to practice in the visitor’s state or jurisdiction. The content of this website contains general information and does not reflect a complete statement of the law on a given subject, may not contain the most current legal developments, and may not reflect the law applicable in the visitor’s particular state or jurisdiction. Besides, we are offering so many general rules on this website. You could fill a book with the exceptions to the rules we set out (hopefully we usually make that fact clear in the context but we, at times, can’t or don’t).
If you have a specific need or question, please call your own attorney or contact a lawyer at Miller & Zois whether through this website or otherwise. By creating or maintaining this website, our firm does not enter into a lawyer-client relationship with any person, firm, corporation or other entity visiting this site or reviewing or receiving any materials contained in or at this site.
Our office is based in Maryland and all of our lawyers are barred in either Maryland, Washington, D.C., or West Virginia although we are involved in cases in other jurisdictions. We don’t think we have handled any no pro bono cases in the last 5 years that were not personal injury case. Certainly, our firm would not represent anyone if this website was found not to comply with the applicable rules of any state (which we don’t think is the case) where a potential client may be located.