Allison McMillen received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College in 2002. Middlebury is a small college in Vermont consistently ranked by U.S. News in the top 5 colleges in the United States for a liberal arts education.
Returning to her home state of Florida, she graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 2007, and while there distinguished herself by graduating with great academic honor (Magna Cum Laude.) She was also selected for the “Order of the Coif,” which is a prestigious organization which recognizes law students for achieving a very high level of scholarship.
Ms. McMillen has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2008, and together with her father, attorney Scott R. McMillen, she co-authored a chapter in the Florida Medical Malpractice Handbook, Second Edition, which was published by the Florida Bar in 2009. She is a member of the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association and currently serves as its President.
Ms. McMillen is also on the Board of Directors of the Florida Justice Association, and co-authors a monthly column on medical malpractice law for the organization’s publication, the Journal. As a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Ms. McMillen served as associate editor and then editor of its monthly publication, The Briefs, from 2010 to 2012. She is a member of the George C. Young Inns of Court and the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and frequently provides a free representation of dependent children as a Guardian ad Litem.
McMillen Law Firm practices primarily in the area of professional malpractice, including legal and medical malpractice. We will sometimes accept other types of cases involving very significant injuries or wrongful death. Approximately 90% of our work is handling malpractice cases.
If we accept your case, no deposit is required and we will advance all expenses. We do not charge an attorney’s fee or for any of the expenses if you do not receive a recovery.
We pride ourselves on the personal service we give to each of our clients. In order to continue to provide this level of service, we limit our practice to only a select number of cases, so that we can give each case a great deal of personal attention. To do this, we must turn down far more cases than we accept, and if we turn your case down it does not necessarily mean you do not have a viable case.
While our firm started in Orlando and its main office is there, for many years we have handled cases throughout Florida, and even out of state. To serve you better, we are available to meet with you in our Orlando office, or in any of our locations maintained in convenient business centers throughout Florida.
When it is advantageous to you, we will also associate with other law firms in some areas of the state to serve you better. If we do associate with other lawyers on your case, it will be at no additional attorney fee or expense to you.