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I am the owner of the Law Offices of Peter Miller in Little Rock, Arkansas, a personal injury law firm. It is an American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA) member. Successfully representing thousands of clients for more than thirty years, the law firm emphasizes the legal protection of victims of personal injury. In addition to my law practice, I am a musician (I love playing ethnic music and jazz guitar), gourmet cook, gardener, and all around lover of new knowledge.

The Legal Funny Bone

Witness testifying on the stand

There is so much pain and suffering in the world, that I think we all need to take a deep breath and find laughter wherever we can. That’s why, from time to time, I will be posting some humorous law-related…
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TGIF: Humorous legal stories

Cartoon in court with dogs with a bone to pick

TGIF! I hope you’re looking forward to a fun, adventurous, creative, or relaxing weekend. I thought I’d try to start your weekend off with a smile by writing about some humorous legal stories. Please note that I cannot confirm their…
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The importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled rotation

Mechanic rotating tires

Because tires are made to last longer than ever with marked improvements made over the years, many people tend to underestimate the importance of proper tire pressure and scheduled tire rotation. Even with the latest tire pressure monitoring systems in…
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NHTSA seat belt recommendation on school buses seems like a no-brainer

Children looking out window of school bus

I respect our government agencies for the most part, but I have to take issue with the recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) who now endorses three-point seat belts on school buses. I’m sorry, but a…
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Are municipal governments liable for slip and fall injuries on snowy and icy sidewalks?

Polar bear on icy snow

In a previous article, I discussed who might be liable for a slip and fall injury on snowy and icy sidewalks for home/property owners and businesses. In this article, I will address whether local municipalities are liable for such injuries….
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Is anyone responsible for a slip-and-fall injury on snowy and icy sidewalks?

Man injured slipping on ice

With winter nipping at our heels, snow and ice accumulating on sidewalks is a frequent occurrence. If you slip on a snowy or icy sidewalk and are injured, can anyone be held responsible? The answer is, “it depends.” It depends…
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How to determine who is at fault in a rear-end collision

Car with broken tail light

Typically, people tend to think that whoever rear-ended another car is the driver that is at fault. This is not always true. In this article I will discuss how to determine who is liable in a rear-end collision. WHEN THE…
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How insurance companies handle MIST personal injury claims

Car showing some front-end damage after accident

One of my clients was in a car accident, which wasn’t his fault. He had tried to settle the case on his own but changed his mind when told he had a MIST case, receiving a very low settlement offer….
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How to handle property damage when involved in a car accident

Photo of totaled car

Dealing with a lot of car accidents and resulting personal injuries in the course of my Little Rock law practice, I get a lot of calls about property damage. Some of them are very easy to answer and others a…
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How to make sure you’re driving on safe tires

Woman inflating tires

I’ve written a few articles about tire safety, the statistics, and the importance of driving on safe tires. In this blog, I’d like to write about how to make sure you’re driving on safe tires so you can avoid any…
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