Omaha Personal Injury Attorney Releases Book About Protecting Those You Love

With the release of his book, Matthew G. Miller, a personal injury lawyer in Omaha, hopes to protect people before they get injured and help them to understand what to do if an injury does occur.

Omaha, United States - October 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Omaha Personal Injury Lawyer Matthew G. Miller from Matthew G. Miller, PC, LLO, is proud to announce the release of his book Protecting Those You Love: Simple Steps To Making Your World Safer. The book provides actionable tips to help keep yourself, your family, and everyone you care about safe. Throughout the book, available for free in hardback, he talks about some of the things he has come across throughout his 30 years as a personal injury lawyer.

“Working in this field, you see a lot. After some time, you start to notice patterns in the things that hurt people. At the same time, you learn to look at these situations with a judicious eye and figure out how they could have been avoided in the short term as well as how to plan for the long term,” Miller explains. “My greatest hope is that someone will read this book and take steps to ensure their daily life is safer.”

At the same time, Miller acknowledges that you cannot always escape injury. “Of course, many of us do not have the option of avoiding getting into a car, either as a driver or a passenger, on a daily basis. My book helps to guide readers on why it is best to take action now before an accident occurs to you or your loved ones. I explain how to plan for these events and what to do once they happen.”

The book is available in hardback and on Amazon Kindle. To receive a paper copy, call (402) 558-4900. You can find out more information here: https://www.mgmillerlaw.com/book/

For more information about having a wrongful death or personal injury consultation with Omaha wrongful death lawyer Matthew G. Miller, please visit https://www.abc6.com/story/41173278/personal-injury-lawyer-in-omaha-offering-free-consultations.

About Matthew G. Miller

A lifelong resident of Omaha, Nebraska, Matthew G. Miller has over 30 years of experience as a personal injury attorney. Educated at Creighton University School of Law, in Omaha, Nebraska, attorney Miller has been named one of the Best Lawyers in America and one of “Omaha’s Top Lawyers” by Omaha Magazine.

Matthew Miller is known for his legal skills and ethics under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system. Having worked on both sides of many personal injury cases, Matthew G. Miller has a unique perspective and understanding of the legal system and processes. His personal injury law firm in Omaha, NE focuses on auto accidents, personal injury, animal bites, construction accidents, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and wrongful death cases.

Contact

Matthew G. Miller, PC, LLO

9290 W. Dodge Rd #100

Omaha, NE 68114

https://www.mgmillerlaw.com

Phone: (402) 558-4900

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