Miller Grell Law Group was formed in February 2011. In the first three years of opening their practice, Chris Miller and Mark Grell have recovered over $6,000,000 in verdicts and settlements for their clients. Read what Miller Grell Law Group clients have to say about their experience with the law firm.
Miller Grell Stands Firm, Client Awarded $185,000
Prior to trial, Mr. Miller and his client received the following email from the insurance company’s lawyer.
“We reject your demand. We will increase our offer to $20,000. We just don’t see it.
This case doesn’t end well for Mr. H. He will be left with expenses.”
Seven days later, a Keya Paha County jury awarded our client $185,000 in his personal injury case. Following trial, we were pleased to receive the below note from our clients.
To Chris, Mark & Staff,
Dave and I are sending you this afghan for your office as a small token of our heartfelt thanks & gratitude for all you have done for us.
We were so impressed by your professionalism, dedication and hard work for our cause. You were never too busy for us, and answered all our questions. You had such a handle on and knowledge of the law that you put us at ease. We feel we were blessed to have met you and to have your firm represent us. We both feel that there should be many more attorneys with your work ethic, skill and knowledge.
May God Bless.
—David and Cora H.
Mark Grell Helps Client Move On With Life
You Guys Are Rock Stars
Out-of-State Legal Assistance
Candor, Care, Concern, and Intellect
I’m Glad I Made That Call
I Would Highly Recommend Mark Grell for Your Workers’ Compensation Case
Chris Miller Is Good At What He Does
Representative Results for Mark Grell’s Workers’ Compensation Clients
Tom W. v. Drivers Management
Tom was hit in the head by a stack of boxes as he was attempting to unload his trailer, the force of which knocked him to the ground. He suffered a permanent injury to his neck as a result of this accident and was unable to return to truck driving, nor any other prior employment. The appointed vocational counselor opined that he had suffered a 100% loss of earning capacity as a result of the accident, and the trial judge awarded him permanent total disability benefits. This award was upheld all the way to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
Sandra F. v. Drivers Management
Sandy was trying to pull the pin on her truck in wintry, icy conditions. As she was trying to pull, she slipped on the ice and fell to the ground. She suffered a right shoulder injury in the fall, and her treating doctor also diagnosed her with a right brachial plexus injury and recommended further treatment. Defendant refused to pay for additional treatment and also questioned whether the accident even happened. The judge found that the brachial plexus injury was compensable and awarded future treatment for it, as well as ongoing temporary total disability payments.
Tony B. v. Mapes Industries
Tony suffered an injury to his right shoulder, and the defendant paid his disability benefits while he recuperated, as well as for his medical treatment. However, the defendant refused to sign off on the agreed-upon counselor’s vocational rehabilitation plan and insisted that only job placement was necessary. Tony had immigrated to the U.S. in the 1970s and had worked for the defendant for over 25 years. He had little formal education and limited English-speaking skills. The judge agreed that a formal retraining/education plan would be the most appropriate form of vocational rehabilitation, and ordered the defendant to pay temporary total disability benefits during the plan.
Miller Grell Law Group serves areas all over Nebraska including:
• Grand Island
• St. Paul
• North Platte
• Lancaster County
• Sarpy County
• Douglas County
• Seward County
• Cass County
• Hall County
• Buffalo County
• Custer County
• Dawson County
• Phelps County
• Adams County
• Howard County
• Gage County
• Cass County
• Saunders County
• Otoe County
• Valley County
• Jefferson County
• Fillmore County
• Johnson County
• Platte County