Past Success

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Attorney Eric Milles has achieved millions of dollars on behalf of his clients as either lead counsel or co-counsel, including the following:

  • $1.57 Million – Nursing home and hospital failed to take adequate measures to prevent the development of a stage IV pressure ulcers to the sacrum, which led to sepsis and wrongful death.
  • $750,000.00 – Semi-truck hit a good samaritan assisting a disabled vehicle resulting in a left tibial fibular open fracture, scalp laceration, and pulmonary contusions.
  • $250,000.00 – Pedestrian was run over by truck in a parking lot suffering personal injury including a foot fracture. The at fault driver did not have adequate insurance and Milles Law was able to make a successful underinsured motorist insurance claim.
  • Policy Limits – Motor vehicle accident in Tallahassee, Florida
  • $275,000.00 – Healthcare provider failed to monitor and react to obvious signs and symptoms of Coumadin toxicity, including failing to monitor INR levels as ordered.
  • $335,000.00 – Nursing home allowed a resident in their care to aspirate on tube feeding. Nursing home failed to take basic precautions as instructed by the resident’s physician.
  • $125,000.00 – Client was a passenger in a car when another vehicle caused a high impact car crash.
  • $200,000.00 – Family physician failed to timely order additional diagnostics when initial lab results showed an elevated creatinine that should have been a red flag for renal problems and kidney failure.
  • $200,000.00 – Rehabilitation hospital and physician failed to take precautions leading to spinal injury.
  • Policy Limits – Client suffered back and neck injuries when the school bus she was driving was rear ended by an SUV at a high rate of speed.
  • $60,000.00 – Client suffered soft tissue back and neck injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Georgia when a commercial vehicle negligently forced client off highway.
  • $265,000.00 – Nursing home staff failed to take precautions to prevent resident from choking on his dinner immediately upon being readmitted to the nursing home after an acute allergic reaction, involving the resident’s neck, throat and mouth.
  • $140,000.00 – Stage IV pressure ulcer developed on right buttock during a short hospital stay in Georgia.
  • $240,000.00 – Client suffered personal injuries, including eye injury, when product malfunctioned.
  • $175,000.00 – Failure to monitor INR and Protime levels and timely intervene for Coumadin toxicity in the face of obvious signs and symptoms.
  • $25,000.00 – Client fell while exiting a booth in a restaurant suffering personal injuries including pelvic fracture.
  • Policy Limits – Client was a passenger in a car when the distracted driver swerved off the road into a tree, causing broken bones.
  • $205,000.00 – Client made a underinsured insurance recovery when he was a passenger in a motor vehicle accident suffered leg fracture (tibia-fibula).
  • $575,000.00 – Nursing home resident suffered fifteen falls at defendant’s nursing home.
  • $910,000.00 – Nursing home failed to take adequate measures to prevent the development of a stage IV pressure ulcer, including failing to timely turn and reposition.
  • $2 Million Plus – Confidential settlement for personal injuries related to kidney failure.
  • $340,000.00 – Home health nurses failed to timely recognize signs and symptoms of a urinary tract infection that resulted in fournier’s gangrene.
  • $150,000.00 – A comminuted ankle fracture from motorcycle accident.
  • $175,000.00 – Stage IV pressure ulcer developed in Pennsylvania hospital.
  • $125,000.00 – Stage IV pressure ulcer developed in Tampa, Florida hospital.
  • $343,750.00 – Confidential settlement related to nursing home abuse and neglect where client suffered below the knee leg amputation.
  • Confidential Settlement – A fork lift injured client while he was shopping in a store.
  • $200,000.00 – Nursing home resident choked while eating in the cafeteria. Nursing home failed to take proper aspiration precautions to prevent the choking episode.
  • $195,000.00 – Ophthalmologist failed to do appropriate diagnostics in response to elevated intraocular pressures (IOP) and failed to timely diagnose glaucoma, resulting in vision loss.
  • Policy Limits – Rotator cuff tear in a motorcycle accident.
  • $1 Million – Nursing home failed to adequately monitor resident’s bowels resulting in a ruptured intestines and wrongful death.
  • $750,000.00 – Nursing home failed to check on resident who suffered bed rail strangulation.
  • $132,000.00 – Hospital nursing staff failed to make an accurate sponge count that necessitated a corrective surgery. The foreign object left behind was a lap pad.
  • $150,000.00 – Nursing home failed to turn and reposition resident which resulted in severe bed sores.
  • $485,000.00 – Nursing home resident suffered pain and suffering and dehydration, poor hygiene and generally deplorable conditions.
  • $27,500.00 – A commercial delivery truck caused client back and neck bulges/herniation.
  • $100,000.00 – Liquor liability/dram shop act case.
  • Policy Limits – Motor vehicle accident in Tallahassee, Florida where truck crashed into the back of client on Thomasville Road.
  • $180,000.00 – Resident was at nursing home for rehabilitation and suffered several falls, including falls with head injuries.
  • $25,000.00 – A slip and fall at an oil lube shop.
  • $687,969.29 – Nursing home failed to provide and monitor hydration of a resident during a three week stay at nursing home that led to his wrongful death.
  • $510,000.00 – Nursing home resident suffered hip fracture while under care and supervision of nursing home which led to a stage IV pressure ulcer, and skin flap surgery.
  • $225,000.00 – A demented assisted living facility resident repeatedly had falls and the facility failed to inform her family.
  • $162,500.00 – A resident of a person care home fell sustaining a subdural hematoma due to negligence.
  • $1.09 Million – Hospital failed to take adequate measures to prevent the development of stage IV pressure ulcers to the buttocks, sacrum, coccyx region, which resulted in sepsis and wrongful death.
  • $1.2 Million – Nursing home failed to take adequate measures to prevent the development of a stage IV pressure ulcer also known as a bed sore to the coccyx, which resulted in severe infection and wrongful death.
  • $100,000.00 – Family physician prescribed a regular dosage of the prescription medication Valtrex to a patient that required a renal dosage, resulting in a several day hospitalization in ICU.
  • $175,000.00 – Hospital failed to take appropriate measures to treat and prevent bed sores.
  • $175,000.00 – Hospital negligence and nursing staff neglect led to stage IV pressure ulcers.
  • $1 Million – Nursing home failed to provide necessary care causing dehydration, malnutrition, and wrongful death.
  • $175,000.00 – Nursing home resident suffered repeated falls without reasonable, commonsense interventions being implemented.
  • $225,000.00 – Nursing home resident suffered two hip fractures at the same nursing home.
  • $360,000.00 – Resident was completely dependent on nursing staff and became severely malnourished and dehydrated.
  • Policy Limits – Auto accident requiring knee surgery.
  • $825,000.00 – Nursing home failed to take adequate measures to prevent the development of pressure ulcers. Resident developed thirteen pressure ulcers that eventually healed.
  • $122,500.00 – Failure to provide adequate dental care and hygiene.
  • $180,000.00 – Failure to provide adequate physical therapy and turning repositioning resulted in a stage IV pressure ulcer for a paraplegic.
  • $250,000.00 – Nursing home resident fell and suffered extreme bruising to her face.

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