Practice Areas

Workers’ Compensation

No one expects to get hurt while they’re at work…but it does happen. Accidents at work can cause personal injury, permanent disability, disfigurement or even death. If you suffer a work-related injury, you are entitled to receive benefits under the state workers’ compensation laws. These benefits include medical treatment for your injury, weekly workers’ compensation payments during your absence from work, compensation for permanent disability at the conclusion of your case when you are released by the doctor, and even mileage reimbursement for medically-related travel. You need to be sure that you receive all of the benefits to which you are entitled under the state Workers’ Compensation laws. 

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Personal Injury

Motor vehicle accidents, tractor trailer collisions, Interstate 85 collisions, slip, trip, and fall cases, product liability claims, dog bite cases, and other injuries incurred by the negligence, ignorance, or omissions of others.
A common question asked by Trey Mills is this, "Would you listen to the devil on how to get to heaven? Then why do you listen to insurance company adjusters or employees about how to handle a claim against them?"
Anyone involved in a personal injury should seek the proper medical care and attention immediately and consistently to remedy themselves from the injury they have incurred.  If you are able to document what has caused you this injury through pictures, a journal, or recordings feel empowered to do so as it will only help your case moving forward. Don't ever trust that officials, investigators, medical professionals, or anyone else is doing what is needed to ensure your success with your personal injury case without consulting Trey Mills.

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Social Security Disability

If you want to see a fine example of government red tape, try to file a Social Security Disability claim. No matter how legitimate the claim is, most people under age 55 get turned down for their initial claim. And most people have their first request for reconsideration denied, too.  Sadly, too many folks just give up at this point—and never get the payment they deserve. The third step in this process is a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, which is only possible if you’ve appealed those denials in time. It’s a tricky process, and you need an experienced attorney who knows his way around the system in order to collect.

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