Kimberly A. Miller attended UCLA as an undergraduate and obtained her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law. For more than 25 years, Ms. Miller has handled many complex tort and other litigated matters in federal and state courts, including the representation of severely injured clients, railroad workers under the FELA and seamen under the Jones Act. She was liaison counsel for the Jalisco Cheese Consolidated Cases (bacteria infested cheese injured hundreds of consumers in Los Angeles) and counsel in the Ross Stores case (methane gas caused major explosion in the mid Wilshire area). She has tried numerous cases including the case of Lund v. San Joaquin Valley Railroad which she argued to the California Supreme Court.
Ms. Miller joined the Metzger Law Group in 2007 and was appointed Managing Attorney of the firm in 2009. As Managing Attorney of the firm, Ms. Miller handles all administrative and personnel matters for the firm, in addition to litigating a wide variety of toxic tort cases.
Ms. Miller has for many years been active in public interest and charitable organizations. She participates in many legal pro bono programs to provide legal assistance to the community, including Sojourn House for Battered Women and their children and the Alliance for Children's Rights.