Medina Administrative Law Attorney

Justin C. Miller Esq. is an Elyria and Medina administrative law attorney who believes in treating every client with honesty and sincerity. He also believes in researching the most effective strategy and actively pursuing the very best outcome for each individual who turns to him for professional legal counsel and representation.

Instead of being passed from lawyer to lawyer — or having one's case relegated to a paralegal or associate — clients can rest assured that Justin C. Miller will personally handle the details of every case.

Professional Assistance With Licensing Issues, Compensation Issues And More

Attorney Miller handles a full array of administrative law matters, including:

  • Professional licensure: Justin C. Miller represents medical and health care professionals, realtors, financial experts and other professionals. He defends against professional license revocations related to malpractice allegations and assists with a variety of other licensing issues.
  • Liquor licensing: Attorney Miller represents businesses throughout the state that desire to transfer liquor licenses, obtain beer and wine permits, resolve liquor law violations and more.
  • Unemployment compensation: In order to qualify for unemployment benefits in Ohio, the employee filing the claim must meet strict criteria. These criteria apply to the claimant's reason for leaving his or her former company, the length of time he or she was employed, his or her average weekly wage and his or her employment status (independent contractors, for instance, do not qualify).
  • Municipal Code (Building, Health, Safety & Zoning) 

Contact Elyria Licensing Board Attorney Justin C. Miller Esq.

From his main office in Medina, near the intersection of Route 18 and River Styx Road, Justin C. Miller provides legal advice and advocacy to clients at reasonable rates. He also welcomes clients at his office in Elyria. For a free phone consultation, call

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