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A Firm Rooted in Raleigh

At Miller Monroe & Plyler, we are fortunate to be conveniently located in the heart of one of the most rapidly growing and dynamic cities in the Southeast.  Located just west of downtown, we have witnessed exciting developments, from watching the Hillsbourgh Street Target supplant the legendary “Alley,” to tracking long-term plans to install a […]

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Understanding liability basics: A handbook of negligence claims, defenses, and burdens of proof.

Navigating the healing and treatment process after a personal injury is difficult enough, but understanding the legal realities affecting your right to recovery can seem impossible.  A skilled attorney can apply the law to the facts of your particular case.  However, even a basic understanding of negligence law can allow you to feel more comfortable […]

Miller Monroe teams up with Grow Our Kids

November is a time for us to reflect upon our blessings and give thanks for a bountiful year.  Most of us will come together with friends and family, and indulge in an abundance of food.  We enjoy all that our hearts and stomachs desire. Unfortunately, this is not the reality for thousands of children here […]

Alexandra E. Davis Joins Miller & Monroe

For Release 9 a.m. EST July 26, 2016 Alexandra E. Davis Joins Miller & Monroe RALEIGH — July 26, 2016 — Miller & Monroe is pleased to announce that Alexandra Davis joined the firm’s litigation practice in April 2016. A 2015 graduate of Campbell Law School, Alexandra commenced her legal career as a volunteer law […]

True Meaning of Memorial Day

As we prepare to enjoy Memorial Day weekend, Miller & Monroe would like to remind everyone to take time to remember the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  Without their brave sacrifices, we would not have the freedom to enjoy this holiday with our family and friends.  Travel […]

One of my suppliers in another state is suing me in his home state. Do I really have to go all the way across the country to defend myself?

Unfortunately, the answer is probably yes. The standard for determining whether another state’s court system can have jurisdiction over you is whether you have minimum contact with the state in which you’re being sued (the forum state). If the court determines your contact with the forum state is so minimal that it would be unfair […]