Faced with a defense offer of only $10,000 for a client who suffered left knee pain from a car accident which was not cited in a workers’ compensation claim, plaintiffs attorney Ryan Miller had to fight back on two fronts.

Miller, co-owner of Statford’s Miller & Morilla, had to deal with the fact that not only was the left knee pain, which culminated with surgery following the February 2017 car accident, not cited in  workers’ compensation reports, but he also had to answer pushback from insurance defense counsel, who said his client, Michael David, didn’t complain about the injury for more than a year.

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