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Business Litigation

Miller Monroe & Plyler represents a wide range of businesses, investors, shareholders, and individuals – from public companies to local businesses. Our commercial litigators have the business experience necessary to prosecute and defend disputes involving breach of contract, non-compete agreements, dissolution of partnerships, unfair trade practices, trade secrets, warranty, and other business disputes.

Construction Litigation

Our construction litigation team has extensive industry experience and represents companies across the spectrum – from large national builders to general contractors to local subcontractors. Miller Monroe & Plyler handles breach of contract claims, lien claims, warranty claims, design and construction defect claims, insurance disputes, and other construction related claims.

Bankruptcy Litigation

Our bankruptcy team has experience representing creditors and debtors in contested bankruptcy matters. Our breadth of commercial litigation experience gives Miller Monroe & Plyler a unique perspective for handling complicated bankruptcy issues. Whether litigating adversary proceedings, plan confirmations, or objections to claims, our team has the know-how to help you navigate complex bankruptcy issues.

Fraud Claims

Business fraud typically involves material misrepresentations or false statements, but it can also take the form of unfair and deceptive business practices. Our commercial litigators have prosecuted and defended fraud claims. Miller Monroe & Plyler has the expertise to aggressively pursue or defend complicated fraud claims to get you a positive result.

General Civil Litigation

Miller Monroe & Plyler is a civil litigation law firm and we represent clients in a broad range of civil matters. If you have a unique civil case, our team is willing to quickly get up to speed and evaluate your case. Our practice is focused on honest, aggressive representation with a cost-effective client-focused approach.

Injuries & Wrongful Death

Our experienced trial attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to help you obtain fair compensation for your injuries or the death of a loved one. We have experience litigating injury and wrongful death claims resulting from vehicle collisions, motorcycle accidents, tractor-trailer accidents and other forms of negligence.

Product Liability

Miller Monroe & Plyler’s products liability team is skilled and experienced in protecting consumers against the harms posed by defective products. Our attorneys are aggressive and willing to pursue litigation against the big manufacturers in order to obtain fair compensation for injured consumers.

Premises Liability

Property owners have an obligation to maintain their land and structures in a safe manner for lawful visitors. Miller Monroe & Plyler has experience litigating cases involving dangerous conditions on a property that cause serious harm to innocent visitors.

Estate Disputes

We help families involved in a variety of disputes related to settling a loved one’s estate and the treatment of someone who is incompetent. We have experience handling will disputes, trust disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, guardianship proceedings, and claims related to the administration of an estate.

Recent Blog Posts

    • The Power of Attorney: The Basics
      A guest post by Christopher S. Morden, Monroe Wallace Law Group Thank you to the attorneys and staff of Miller Monroe & Plyler PLLC for the opportunity to submit a guest post on their legal blog. This post addresses the common questions: what is a Power of Attorney and why is it important? A […]
    • Landlord-Tenant Basics Part II: Summary Ejectment
      Clients often want to know what they can do to evict tenants from property that they own and lease for business or residential use.  Unfortunately, property owners will likely face an eviction at some point. Eviction actions are known as “summary ejectments.”  The law on summary ejectments is a bit […]
    • Landlord-Tenant Basics Part I: Security Deposit Disputes
      The number one priority for landlords should be generating profit, not fighting with tenants.  As such, it is vital for residential and commercial landlords alike to know and comply with the laws governing their relationships with tenants so as to avoid unnecessary, and often costly, conflicts.  […]