Meet Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller is a personal injury attorney based out of Jacksonville. Andrew prioritizes meeting personally with each client, returning phone calls and emails quickly, and guiding his clients through each step of the legal process. Knowing that communication is key to clients, Andrew focuses on giving each client the individual attention they deserve. This one-on-one approach is how Andrew can provide his clients with the best results possible.
“If Only People Realized the Power of People”
Andrew loves that quote from John Lennon because it describes what he can do for his clients, give them the power to be able to fight for everything they need after an injury. As a personal injury attorney, his work focuses on cases like car crashes or people getting hurt at a place of business due to someone else’s negligence. His role is to turn a bad situation into a positive one for his clients. No one he’s ever come across wanted to be hurt in a car crash, but when they do, they need help. Being able to provide that help for his clients is what being an attorney is all about for him.
With his approach, Andrew gets personally invested in each case. He wants to produce the best possible outcome for his clients, which means he pays attention to the details and does everything in his power to prepare his cases for success. Andrew appreciates that his firm takes pride in its teamwork knowing that collaboration provides the best results. After working at Farah and Farah for a number of years, the “client-first” mindset the firm shares is something that sets this amazing group apart.
Farah and Farah Gives Me Every Resource an Attorney Needs
Farah and Farah does a great job of empowering attorneys with the tools we need to seek the best results for our clients. We have a fantastic array of resources right at our fingertips but perhaps the greatest resource is my colleagues. One of the biggest differences of our firm is that there is always someone to go to for perspective or just bounce ideas off of. With so much support from within, we can go the extra mile for our clients.
Something I truly prioritize as an attorney is communication. Returning clients’ phone calls and responding quickly to emails and texts helps prevent surprises and ease any anxiety. It is also just the right thing to do. The legal process can seem intimidating, and clients are understandably stressed; that’s why I work hard to make sure my clients feel heard throughout the process. I also make sure to carve out at least one day per month to call every single client so that they never go long without knowing the status of their case.
Being a Planner Suits Me Well as a Litigating Attorney
My top priority when I get in the office is to get to my clients first. I’ll check emails and voicemails before mapping out my day. I always have a huge to-do list right in front of me, and I prioritize which actions need to occur when. A lot of my day in the office is preparation, like practice before a game. Part of preparing is legal research, which is something I really enjoy. This lets me pour over past cases and use them to help me pull together effective legal arguments .
In the courtroom, you must come prepared because things can change instantly. I’ve learned that doing the research and being prepared means I’m better at presenting my argument no matter what a case may bring.
Just Like Working at Farah and Farah, Family is Everything to Me
I love that one of the pillars of Farah and Farah is being involved in the community. I was the Executive Director for an environmental non-profit for a number of years and still love working to be a good steward of our natural resources.
If it’s the weekend and I’m not in the Farah and Farah office, I’m sure to be outside with my family; surfing, hiking, or hanging out. My wife, Wendi, and daughters, Alexandria and Josephine (Andie + Joey), love Neptune Beach, and we get out to the sand and waves as often as possible. I’m also a big fan of college sports, with my two favorite teams being the Florida Gators for football and Duke University for basketball.