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Todd Miner Law®️ has been lending a helping hand to injured individuals throughout Florida for many years. We are passionate when it comes to protecting the rights of the men and women we represent. Our firm’s Orlando personal injury lawyer has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients over the years. When approaching personal injury cases for victims, Attorney Todd Miner uses the knowledge he gained while working at America’s largest insurance company. If you are dealing with a negligence-related injury, we have the resources and know-how required to handle your injury claim with utmost efficiency and diligence. Our firm is proud to have an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating.

  • $4.5 Million for my client who was traveling on a sidewalk in his wheelchair, when he rolled into an unmarked 5ft-deep hole. All of the defendants denied responsibility and had several attorneys and law firms on their side. They fought hard to try to put the blame on my client. But I fought back and prepared the case for trial. the The money I recovered for my client has helped him with expenses associated with his care.
    $4,500,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Wheelchair Accident
  • $4,300,000 for the family of a 63-year-old man who tragically lost his life to a drunk driver.
    $4,300,000
    Drunk Driving Accident
    :
    Drunk Driving Fatality
  • $1.4 Million for the family of a young man who was riding his motorcycle on I-4 and was struck by a car and killed. The insurance company initially claimed that this young man had been weaving in and out of traffic and caused the crash. However, as part of my investigation, I obtained all of the 911 calls and was able to show that there were other motorcyclists in the same area who were actually the ones weaving through traffic.
    $1,400,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    :
    Fatal Motorcycle Accident
  • $1.4 Million for the family of a 60 year-old loving mother and wife. She was a well-known real estate agent. Sadly, while on the way to church, she was killed when the driver of the truck ran a red light. The insurance company tried to minimize the tragedy and initially offered a fraction of what I ultimately recovered for the family.
    $1,400,000
    Wrongful Death
    :
    Fatal Truck Accident
  • $1,200,000 for a man who underwent two surgeries following a head-on collision. When the insurance company tried to low-ball our client, we went to court and obtained a great result.
    $1,200,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    :
    Head-On Collision - Two Surgeries
  • $1.1 Million for my 28-year-old client who fractured his left femur and injured his left knee when a delivery truck turned in front of him at an intersection. The insurance company initially offered zero and claimed my client ran a red light. So I filed a lawsuit and prepared the case for trial. I was very happy with our recovery.
    $1,100,000
    Truck Accidents
    :
    Delivery Truck Accident
  • $1 Million for a young Deltona motorcyclist who suffered serious injuries to his leg when a hit-and-run drunk-driver crashed into him on the I-4.
    $1,000,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Hit-and-run drunk-driver
  • $1.0 Million for the family of a 30-year-old woman who was struck and killed by a boater while she was water skiing. The liable party had no insurance.
    $1,000,000
    Boating Accident
    :
    Boating Accident
  • $1.1 Million for a 28-year-old client who suffered serious injuries to his femur and knee when a delivery truck turned in front of him at an intersection. The insurance company initially offered nothing and claimed the client ran a red light. I filed a lawsuit and prepared the case for trial. The client was more than happy with the recovery amount.
    $1,100,000
    Commercial Vehicle Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Hit By a Truck
  • $312,500 for a man who suffered a serious leg fracture when he slipped and fell outside of a local restaurant. The restaurant initially denied fault and offered nothing.
    $312,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Slip and Fall
  • $350,000 for my client who was riding his motorcycle when a garbage truck pulled out in front of him. Showing his experience as a rider, my client acted quickly and lied-down his motorcycle to avoid striking the garbage truck directly. He still suffered a serious foot injury and required surgery, though. The insurance company tried to blame my client for the whole thing.
    $350,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    :
    Motorcycle Accident
  • $350,000 for a man who sustained a broken jaw after he passed out, fell forward, and struck a table while a medical technician was drawing his blood. I argued that the technician should not have required that my client stand while his blood was being drawn.
    $350,000
    Negligence
    :
    Broken Jaw
  • $400,000 for a woman injured in an auto accident. Details are left out for confidentiality.
    $400,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident
  • $500,000 for a motorcyclist who injured his leg when a motorist suddenly cut in front of him, causing a crash. This is one of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents.
    $500,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    :
    Motorcycle Accident
  • $500,000 for the family of their toddler who fell from a balcony at an apartment complex. I was able to hold the owner of the property liable for the unsafe conditions
    $500,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Unsafe Conditions
  • $630,000 for the family of a 22-year-old passenger who died as a result of negligence on behalf of the vehicle’s driver.
    $630,000
    Wrongful Death
    :
    Auto Accident
  • $650,000 from a construction company for the family of a 15-year-old boy who was killed in a vehicle accident in a construction area. The boy was in a car that slid out of control while traversing a road under construction before it was hit by an oncoming truck. The construction company claimed that the car was speeding through the construction area. The money obtained represented the percentage of fault attributable to the construction company’s negligence.
    $650,000
    Wrongful Death
    :
    Auto Accident
  • $850,000 for a truck driver who was injured when a tractor-trailer pulled out in front of him.
    $850,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Truck Accident
  • $915,000 for the family of a man killed in an auto accident. This case involved complex difficult facts and could have led to a verdict that gave my clients nothing. However, with perseverance and creativity, we were able to obtain this great result.
    $915,000
    Wrongful Death
    :
    Auto Accident
  • $925,000 for a 50-year-old woman exposed to paint fumes at a local theme park. The defendants initially offered nothing. I filed a lawsuit and prepared the case for trial. Afterward, the defendants offered a mere $1,500 and told me, “that’s as good as it’s going to get.” I never gave up and ultimately obtained the result my client deserved.
    $925,000
    Toxic Exposure
    :
    Exposed to Paint Fumes
  • $987,000 for a Brevard County man who suffered neck injuries in a truck accident. The truck sped through a stop sign and hit him. He required surgery for his injuries.
    $987,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Truck Accident
  • $325,000 for our 40-year-old female who suffered a neck injury when she was rear-ended by another vehicle. After a course of epidural steroid injections failed to provide relief, she underwent neck surgery. The at-fault driver had minimal insurance coverage. However, our client had purchased uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist coverage on her own policy. The photographs of our client’s vehicle did not depict significant damage. The insurance company argued that the impact could not have caused our client’s injuries and that our client’s injuries were not related to the crash.
    $325,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Neck Injury
  • $750,000 for our client who was seriously injured in a truck accident. Our client suffered a shoulder injury and herniated discs in his neck and back, which forced him to retire early. The insurance company argued that our client had cut off the semi-truck and was at fault for the collision. After we filed a lawsuit because they did not want to pay any amount of compensation, the insurance company offered our client $50,000 to settle. We litigated the case and were able to convincingly demonstrate that the semi-truck driver was 100% at fault.
    $750,000
    Commercial Vehicle Accident
    :
    Truck Accident - Neck Injury
  • $750,000 for our client who was on an Orlando vacation with her family when the vehicle she was traveling in was hit by a negligent driver. Our client suffered a facial laceration, knee injury, and back injuries. Initially, her uninsured motorist carrier tried to downplay her injuries and offered a fraction of the amount that was finally recovered.
    $750,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    On Vacation - Auto Accident
  • $405,000 for our 74-year-old client who suffered a fractured leg when she was struck by a vehicle while walking in a shopping center parking lot. The insurance company tried to minimize her injuries and damages. It initially offered just a fraction of what we ultimately recovered
    $405,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Struck By a Car - Broken Leg
  • $350,000 for a police officer who was hit head-on by an elderly driver who was traveling the wrong direction on the road. Our client suffered broken legs in the crash. We were able to obtain the maximum amount recoverable under all applicable policies of insurance.
    $350,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Wrong Way Driver
  • $270,000 for our client who was rear-ended at a low speed but suffered a neck injury severe enough to require surgery. The insurance company argued that the crash could not have possibly caused the injury due to its low speed.
    $270,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rear Ended
  • $400,000 for our 41-year-old client who suffered injuries after falling more than 10 feet to the ground while playing laser tag with his family at a local laser tag establishment. Initially, the insurance company denied the claim and offered to pay our client nothing. We immediately began our investigation and were able to establish that the ramps and railings were negligently designed and were not in compliance with local and state building codes.
    $400,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Fell 10ft
  • $350,000 for our 87-year-old client who was a passenger in a vehicle that was hit head-on by a negligent driver. Our client was treated and released from the hospital but was readmitted four days later with stomach pain. Doctors then discovered that our client had a ruptured intestine. The insurance company denied the claim and argued that our client’s ruptured intestine was not caused by the crash. We fought the insurance company and demonstrated that such injuries are routinely not initially discovered until days after the initial trauma. We were ultimately successful in connecting our client’s injury to the crash and obtained the maximum amount recoverable under all applicable policies of insurance.
    $350,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Hit Head On
  • $300,000 for our 54-year-old client who was rear-ended by another vehicle. Although the damage to her car required only $346.00 in parts, she ultimately had to undergo a disc replacement surgery. Her own insurance company argued that the impact of the collision was not significant enough to cause an injury requiring surgery and initially only offered her $60,000 to settle her case. However, we fought the insurance company in court and ultimately obtained the full $300,000 policy limits from our client’s insurance company.
    $300,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rear Ended
  • $250,000 for our 61-year-old client who was a passenger on an ATV that rolled over and resulted in our client sustaining a fractured fibula. Our client had just started a new job as a maintenance worker at a hotel and was being shown around the hotel property by his supervisor, who was operating the ATV. Bizarrely, the hotel owner denied the driver was his employee, denied the hotel owned the ATV, and even denied the incident occurred on the hotel’s property. Through our hard work and efforts, we ultimately prevailed to obtain the result our client deserved.
    $250,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    :
    ATV Accident
  • $246,100 for a 48-year-old father and his 16-year-old daughter who were rear-ended by a distracted driver. Our clients sustained neck and back herniations. The insurance company attempted to minimize our clients’ injuries and initially only offered them $36,624. However, we took the case and filed a lawsuit. Through our hard work and perseverance in litigation, we were able to obtain a significantly greater result.
    $246,100
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rear Ended
  • $100,000 for our 51-year-old client who was rear-ended by a drunk driver. The insurance company argued that our client had a pre-existing back condition and that the impact of the crash was “minimal.” They initially only offered him $10,000 to settle the case. However, we fought the insurance company in litigation and were able to demonstrate that the impact of the crash was much more significant than what the insurance company claimed. In addition, we effectively argued that our client’s previous back surgery made him more susceptible to new injuries. Ultimately, the insurance company paid their full $100,000 policy limits.
    $100,000
    Drunk Driving Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Drunk Driver
  • $1 Million for a 10-year-old boy who suffered an injury to his eye from a stray bullet while in his bedroom at a local apartment complex. The insurance company initially tried to settle the case for $360,000. A lawsuit was filed against the apartment complex for negligent security.
    $1,000,000
    Negligence
    :
    Eye Injury - Stray Bullet
  • $1.2 Million for a man who underwent two surgeries following a head-on collision. When the insurance company tried to low-ball our client, we went to court and obtained a great result.
    $1,200,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Head-On Collision
  • $675,000 for a woman who injured her arm as a result of tripping over a raised lip of a manhole cover. The initial offer from the property owner was $1,000. We took the property owner to court and obtained a great result in a very tough case.
    $675,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Tripped Over Manhole Cover
  • $230,000 for a woman who suffered a herniated disc in an intersection collision. The initial offer was less than $17,000.
    $230,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Back Injury
  • $710,000 for a pedestrian who sustained a fractured femur. The insurance company offered just a fraction of what we ultimately recovered after filing a lawsuit.
    $710,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Hit By a Car
  • $375,000 for a family that was the victim of the negligent discharge of a firearm.
    $375,000
    Negligence
    :
    Discharge of a Firearm
  • $250,000 for a young lady who suffered a fractured foot while riding a go-kart. The operator of the go-kart track fought hard on the issue of liability, but we did not back down.
    $250,000
    Negligence
    :
    Go Kart Accident
  • $500,000 for a woman who was involved in a low-speed rear-end collision and suffered an exacerbation of prior neck and back injuries. The insurance company argued that this was a “minimal” impact case and that our client’s injuries were not related to the collision. We disagreed, fought back, and won.
    $500,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident
  • $480,000 for a man who re-injured his lower back in a parking lot collision. Although a relatively minor impact, the crash required him to undergo a revision of a prior back surgery. The initial offer made by the client’s own uninsured motorist carrier was $50,000.
    $480,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Parking Lot
  • $505,000 for a man who required surgery for a neck injury he sustained in a rear-end collision. Initially, his own insurance company refused to even make an offer. We filed a lawsuit and were able to force the insurance company to compensate our client.
    $505,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rear Ended
  • $350,000 for a woman who suffered a back injury that required surgery. Initially, the insurance company only offered $25,000 and tried to argue that the surgery was unnecessary for her crash injuries.
    $350,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Back Injury
  • $500,000 for a woman who suffered a neck injury and underwent surgery after being struck by a commercial vehicle on the I-4. We worked hard to ensure our client received every penny she deserved.
    $500,000
    Truck Accidents
    :
    Auto Accident - Hit By a Truck on I-4
  • $301,000 for a 29-year-old man who sustained a fractured ankle in a golf cart accident. After a low- ball initial offer, we battled with the insurance company and obtained a fair result for our client.
    $301,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Golf Cart Accident
  • $215,000 for a man who suffered a fractured clavicle in a roll-over crash that occurred on the I-4.
    $215,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rollover On I-4
  • $150,000 for a woman who suffered a fractured patella as a result of a slip and fall at a local home improvement supply store. The defendant refused to make any effort to try to settle the case and instead blamed the corporate property owner. We filed a lawsuit and forced the defendant to admit fault and adequately compensate our client.
    $150,000
    Premises Liability
    :
    Slip and Fall
  • $125,000 for an ex-serviceman and Florida Highway Patrolman who were rear-ended resulting in neck and shoulder injuries. Pre-suit the defendant’s insurance company initially only offered a mere $26,000.
    $125,000
    Auto Accident
    :
    Auto Accident - Rear Ended
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