Caleb Miller was born and raised in Fresno, California. He is one of four children and has a very large and extended family. His father was a farmer in the San Joaquin Valley and his father's side of the family were farmers for as long back as anyone can remember. Caleb grew up working in the fields on his father's and grandfather's farms every spring and summer from the time he was a young boy until he went to Law School. This is where he learned the meaning of hard work and earning your pay. While growing up, Caleb was active in Martial arts, football, and outdoor activities. In High School, Caleb participated in speech, debate, and mock trial.
After High School, Caleb went on to major in Political Science with an emphasis in speech communications at Pepperdine University. While at Pepperdine University, Caleb won the Womack Speech Competition and was involved in the Political Science Honor's Thesis Program. He graduated Cum Laude from Pepperdine in 2011. Caleb then went on to pursue legal studies at Texas Tech University School of Law. While in Law School Caleb was active in both inner school advocacy and national advocacy. In inner school advocacy, he won the Advanced Mock Trial competition, was a finalist in the Advanced Negotiations competition, and was a finalist in the 1L Mock Trial competition. Caleb served on 5 national trial teams and is a two time national champion, a regional champion, and a national semi-finalist. He additionally won 5 top oralist awards while in law school. He also was involved in the alternative dispute resolution clinic and was a member of the Board of Barristers. Prior to Graduation Caleb was inducted into the National Order of the Barristers, the "hall of fame" award for advocacy.
Caleb knew he wanted to pursue personal injury law ever since clerking his third year of law school with a plaintiff's personal injury law firm in Lubbock, Texas. This is where he started to develop a strong passion for helping victims and their families in tragic situations. Since law school Caleb has worked in personal injury law adamantly fighting for victim's rights. He has tried numerous jury trials in Tarrant, Dallas, and Collin counties where he has helped clients get compensation for their injuries. Caleb has taken and defended well over 100 depositions and argued and appeared at over dozens of hearings.
In his personal time, Caleb enjoys spending time with his wife and his large family. He also enjoys many outdoor activites like hunting and fishing. If he's not in the courtroom or the office, you can likely find him wetting a line at one of the local lakes or ponds. Come football season he will spend most of his Saturdays on the couch watching college football and cheering on the Red Raiders.