Tae Andrews litigates complex insurance disputes in both state and federal courts. He has represented a wide range of corporate policyholders in multiple industries, including construction, educational institutions, retail clothing, tax, food and beverage, information technology, banking, and project finance. Mr. Andrews’s practice focuses on advising corporate policyholders on insurance coverage issues arising under commercial general liability, directors and officers, professional liability/errors and omissions, excess, umbrella, and other types of insurance policies.
Mr. Andrews has also delivered successful results for clients with D&O, E&O, Property, and General Liability insurance claims. In particular, Mr. Andrews successfully represented clients seeking recovery for losses due to Hurricane Harvey and secured a settlement at mediation for a client under a corporate aircraft policy.
Tae Andrews received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.
With over 20 years of litigating and settling insurance claims, and prior Fortune 500 executive experience before that, Mr. Miller bring clients seasoned business-oriented solutions to virtually any kind of insurance issue.
His experience ranges from settling some of the largest property damage and business interruption claims in the world, to litigating coverage for some of the biggest crime insurance losses ever suffered.
Prior to co-founding Miller Friel, PLLC, Mr. Miller was a principal shareholder at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig LLP, where he, along with Brian Friel, managed the firm's Insurance Recovery and Advisory Practice Group.
His views on insurance have been published in many prominent publications, including Forbes, Business Insurance, Legal Times, Treasury and Risk Management, Risk, and The National Law Journal. Mr. Miller received his B.S. from Allegheny College, his M.S. from the University of Cincinnati, his M.B.A. from Houston Baptist University, and his J.D. from South Texas College of Law, where he was an Editor of the South Texas Law Review.