MILLER, CHRISTIE & KINNEY, P.C., holds the "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is engaged in a diverse litigation practice on behalf of a wide ranging client base that extends to all courts and areas of civil practice. Our attorneys practice in every facet of insurance law including coverage analysis, property, casualty, medical malpractice, products liability, and worker's compensation. The firm is also engaged in the practice of business, corporate, and municipal liability law.
In each area of practice, the firm is committed to zealous advocacy of the clients' best interests without compromising personal attention and effective representation. Members of the firm have taken leadership roles in key local and national legal organizations. Additionally, the attorneys are involved in numerous social and civic activities and devote considerable time to bettering the public perception of the profession through speaking and teaching engagements. Our attorneys belong to such associations as American Bar Association, as well as the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, the Alabama State Bar Association, and the Birmingham Bar Association.
Miller, Christie & Kinney, P.C. brings together a wide range of professional experience and expertise and has earned its reputation as an aggressive minded, defense oriented, litigation firm. The firm's philosophy and emphasis remains a commitment to excellence, grounded in a superior work ethic and a dedication to meeting the needs of our clients.
News & Events
Michael Eldridge Joins the Firm
Miller, Christie & Kinney, PC is proud to announce that Michael Eldridge has joined the firm. Michael is a 2012 graduate of Cumberland School of Law, and hails from Andalusia, Alabama. Additionally, we are excited to launch our new website! We have added a lot of new content in...
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Summary Judgment Granted in Slip and Fall Case
On May 18, Stephen Christie successfully argued a summary judgment motion before Jefferson County Circuit Judge Privett. Stephen argued that the store keeper did not have adequate notice of the spill, because the plaintiff slipped in the spill while the spill was ongoing. Judge Privett w...
Read More posted by: on: May 21, 2012 @ 10:52
Kyle Kinney Joins the Firm
We are pleased to announce that Kyle Kinney has joined the firm as a named partner. Kyle has practiced law for nearly twenty years in Birmingham, primarily focused in worker's compensation defense. With the addition of Kyle as a partner, the firm name has changed to Miller, Christie &...
Read More posted by: on: Dec 27, 2011 @ 05:11
AL Supreme Court Holds Two Year Statute of Limitations Applicable in Wantonness Claims
On June 3, 2011 the AL Supreme Court released its opinion in the case Ex parte Capstone Building Corporation (In re: Walker v. Capstone Building Corporation), 20 ALW 23-1 (1090966), in which it ruled that the Statute of Limitations for a claim of wantonness is two years, rather than six. ...
Read More posted by: on: Jun 15, 2011 @ 06:25
Chronic Pain Sufficient to Take Scheduled Member Injury Outside of Schedule
Further expanding an employee's ability to recover compensation benefits outside of those provided for due to the loss of a scheduled member, on March 18, 2011 in Ex parte Thomas Hayes, 2011 Ala. Lexis 35, our Supreme Court reversed our Court of Civil Apeals and re-instated a finding by the trial co...
Read More posted by: on: May 07, 2011 @ 09:49