Nathan Miller is a partner and co-founder of Miller Embury, PLLC. He specializes in personal injury and insurance litigation. He represents injured people and helps them receive compensation for their injuries, medical bills, and wage loss. Nathan also specializes in workers' compensation, Social Security disability, and real estate law.
Nathan recognizes that each client has a unique, personal story to tell. Every single client deserves respect and compassion, no matter how big or small their case is, and no matter their station in life. Nathan enjoys helping clients overcome the legal challenges that caused them to seek out an attorney.
Nathan has litigated and tried cases all over the beautiful state of Michigan. In 2018, he tried a real estate case in the upper peninsula. The case derived from an LP gas company that had installed a 30,000-gallon propane tank just 63-feet from his client’s bedroom window. Nathan won at trial, which resulted in the gas company being ordered to remove the propane tank and pay his client money damages.
In a recent workers compensation trial held in Gaylord, Nathan achieved a judgment in favor of his client whose husband had been tragically killed in a car accident while driving away from work. Before trial, the insurance carrier offered $0 to settle. The result of trial was that the insurance carrier was ordered to pay benefits totaling over $400,000.
In his first jury trial, in Traverse City, Nathan achieved a $250,000 verdict for a woman who was injured in a car accident. That verdict was achieved after rejecting the insurance company’s highest settlement offer of $13,000
Nathan graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University’s College of Law.
He also holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in music. Before entering law school, he worked briefly as a freelance trumpet player.
Nathan is an active member of the northern Michigan community. He lives in Traverse City with his wife and son. He volunteers at the Third Level Crisis Center’s free legal aid clinic. He is also a member of the State Bar of Michigan’s Judicial Qualifications Committee, which evaluates candidates for possible appointment to judicial vacancies and reports in confidence to the Governor. He was a former member of the Traverse City Board of Review, which hears property tax appeals from local landowners.