Welcome to Pollart Miller
Pollart Miller LLC was founded in 2003 as a firm that exclusively represented employers and insurance carriers, with a focus on workers’ compensation and subrogation.
Since that time, the firm has grown to over 60 employees and now represents clients in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah. Our practice areas have also expanded to include Appellate Law, Labor and Employment Law, Administrative and Regulatory Law, General Insurance Law, Civil Litigation, Subrogation and Recovery, and Workers’ Compensation.
Our team of legal professionals are recipients of awards for PWC’s Outstanding Respondent Attorney, AVVO’s Top 10 Attorney, 10 Best from the American Institute of Legal Counsel, 10 Best from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys and are Lead Counsel Verified by Thomson Reuters.
Law Week Colorado also ranks Pollart Miller LLC at number 30 in their list of the biggest Colorado Law Firms.
At Pollart Miller LLC, our goal is simple: We strive to be the legal service provider and partner of choice for litigation. We accomplish this by providing superb client service, aggressive representation and sound advice to achieve our clients’ business and litigation goals. With the experience and resources of an established firm, we are proud to also provide clients with personal attention, responsive service and cost-effective representation.
Attorneys to Spotlight
We are proud to announce our new Partners, Jeffrey A. Callister and Rachel Konishi, both located in Pollart Miller's Salt Lake City, Utah office.
JEFFREY A. CALLISTER
Mr. Callister joined the law firm of Pollart Miller LLC in 2020, and currently practices in the area of workers’ compensation defense. With over sixteen years of experience as an attorney in Utah, Mr. Callister has successfully argued cases before the Utah Court of Appeals and Utah Supreme Court, and assisted health insurers with a wide variety of matters.LEARN MORE
Rachel Konishi joined Pollart Miller LLC in 2018. She assists a wide variety of clients in worker’s compensation defense, civil litigation, and contractual matters.LEARN MORE
At Pollart Miller LLC, we are committed to being the partner of choice for civil litigation.
With decades of experience handling a range of workers’ compensation cases, we are skilled at helping clients prevent claims and at aggressively defending claims when they do arise.LEARN MORE
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW
Employer-employee relationships are governed by a series of complex state and federal laws. Our attorneys are highly adept at preserving our clients’ interests in employment law matters.LEARN MORE
GENERAL INSURANCE LAW
Whether in state or federal court, our attorneys have the expertise to aggressively defend clients (including insurers and self-insured employers) in first- & third-party claims and frequently provide coverage opinions.LEARN MORE
SUBROGATION & RECOVERY
A reality of today’s litigious environment is that, sometimes, an insurer or employer is caused to expend resources because of another’s fault or failure to honor an obligation. LEARN MORE
Administrative law and licensing lawyers provide critical response and legal representation in situations of licensing and certification issues, disciplinary investigation, or adverse actions affecting a professional reputation.LEARN MORE
Litigating a case at the appellate court level requires excellence in both written briefing and oral argument. It requires the experience & skills of an attorney at Pollart Miller LLC.LEARN MORE
Awards & Recognitions
Pollart Miller a leader in Workers' Compensation and Administrative Law
Articles & News
The petitioner was working as a respiratory therapist on August 19, 2017. The petitioner entered a patient’s room and found the patient standing over the bedside and swaying as if she was going to...
In Matthews, the claimant was hired by the City of Tucson Police Department as an officer in 2000. After passing a pre-employment physical exam and psychological evaluation, the claimant underwent training that included acknowledging...
In James, the claimant worked as a school bus driver from May 2018 to September 2019. After her employment ended, the claimant filed a claim for benefits based on a “hostile, stressful work environment”...