Jim Miller, a founding partner at Powers Miller, has been inducted into the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (www.abota.org).
Membership in ABOTA is by invitation only and admittance is considered a prestigious honor among legal professionals. ABOTA members are required to have completed 10 civil jury trials to verdict or hung jury as lead counsel and been determined by their peers to exhibit high personal character and an honorable reputation.
“I am honored to be asked by my peers to join this prestigious organization and feel privileged to now be a member,” says Miller.
The purpose of ABOTA is to promote ethics, integrity and courtesy in the legal profession; provide education and training to its members; and continually improve the trial court system.
Miller, who has more than two decades in insurance and self-insured defense, specializes in defending individuals and companies in actions involving products liability, motor vehicle accidents, premises liability and commercial litigation.
Powers Miller specializes in defending individuals and companies for a wide range of commercial and insurance clients. The firm’s areas of expertise include motor vehicle and trucking accidents, premises liability, product liability (including medical devices), and general negligence actions.
In addition to Jim’s induction, Brian Powers of Powers Miller is also a member of ABOTA.