Pamela J. Miller was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. As the proud daughter of a railroad worker, Pam grew up with an acute awareness of the hazards and risks of personal injury which American workers constantly face. Consequently, after graduating from Westminster College, Pam obtained her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1993, with the sole intent to represent injured and disabled workers.
For nearly twenty years now, Pam has tirelessly advocated for her clients before the Social Security Administration, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, and in Federal Employer Liability Act litigation in federal court. Pam has handled over one thousand claims for Social Security Disability and continues to develop her practice in this increasingly significant area of federal administrative law. Pam is the head of Carlson Lynch’s Injury and Disability Group.
In Pam’s words: “I meet my clients when their chips are down. Coping with an injury, illness or disability can be difficult enough, but when such health conditions impede one’s ability to financially support oneself or one’s family, the results can be devastating. I help my client’s deal with these obstacles, so they can continue to live their lives without the cloud of financial instability hanging over their heads.”
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- Pennsylvania Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court – Western District of Pennsylvania
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1993
- Westminster College, Bachelor of Arts, History and Political Science, 1989
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Lawrence County Bar Association