Paul Miller was driving his cab down Woodlawn Road the night of May 3, 2013. His vehicle was hit by Justin Miller, who ran from the accident and was driving on a suspended license due to a DUI the month before. Paul Miller died that night in an ambulance while on the way to the hospital. Reports indicate that at the time of the crash, Justin Miller was driving in excess of 65 mph in a 35 mph zone.
When J. Miller was taken into custody, he blew a .19 according to local police. Now, 15 months later, that lapse in judgment is sending the one-time Queens University student to prison for several years. J. Miller pled guilty to the crime of second-degree murder as a result of the crash that sent P. Miller flying from his car in the collision.
As is often the case with accidents, the damage done goes far beyond the most obvious injuries and fatalities. Families will always grieve the loss of loved ones and the injured will carry the very real pain and the remaining scars for the rest of their lives. We are here to listen to you and answer your questions no matter what the situation. Call our offices today for your consultation, where you will speak with an attorney, not an assistant, paralegal or sign up specialist. We believe each person should be treated with the respect they deserve, not like a billing account number. We will listen to your case and discuss your legal options, you don’t have to suffer alone. Call today.