Named to Best Lawyers in America, Keller & Keller is one of the nation’s leading personal injury and wrongful death law firms. Our goal is simple: secure the most money possible for our clients. And because we practice law with a professional and aggressive attitude, our attorneys have been able to recover deserved compensation for thousands of clients throughout the states of Indiana, Michigan, and New Mexico.
Since 1936, thousands of clients have asked us to represent them for a variety of cases, including vehicle accidents, nursing home abuse injuries, social security disability claims, spinal cord injuries, and wrongful death lawsuits. The firm you choose to help you with your case should make personal injury their only business, and helping injured people is all that we do.
Clients choose us for several reasons. What will yours be?
Super Lawyers. Million & Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. AV-Rated. A+ Rating by Better Business Bureau. Best Lawyers in America. Zero Fee Guarantee. National Presence. Community Involvement. Scholarship Programs. 75+ Years of Experience.
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Time is a critical factor that will affect your injury claim, and waiting to hire an experienced accident lawyer can cause permanent damage to your case. Every state has specific laws with regard to time limits (also known as statue of limitations) that dictate how long you have until your case expires. If your case isn’t settled within this timeframe, you will never be able to recover compensation, no matter how serious the accident or injuries.
Similarly, in the days and weeks following your accident, it has been proven time and time again that memories will fade, witnesses disappear, defendants change their story, and evidence is lost or destroyed.
Don’t wait to call our office. It’s a free consultation, and the day you hire us is the day we start building your case.
What to expect?
We work to provide every client executive treatment.
From the first call, until the day your case settles, you will have an opportunity to speak with your attorney and have them answer all your questions, as well as explain the particular case strategy we will use to make a recovery for you.
In addition to your attorney, we also assign a paralegal to your case. Your paralegal will be responsible for the day-to-day tasks associated with your claim, such as sending out official Keller & Keller correspondence on your behalf, retaining certified copies of your medical records and bills, and being there for you every step of the way.
When you hire us, you’re the boss, and your case won’t be settled until you give us final authority to do so.
Our firm’s commitment to evolving technologies is a critical asset to our clients’ cases. We invest in state-of-the-art technology to ensure every advantage is exploited in our dilligent attempt to obtain a result that you can approve.
Each of our office locations are connected and equipped with a series of high-definition video conferencing equipment, advanced voice over internet protocol (VoIP) telephony solutions, and a sophisticated case management system.
Keller & Keller’s investment in advanced tools and case management systems gives our clients, attorneys, and paralegals the ability to interact seamlessly and efficiently with one another, translating into professional results for the client.
Our Indianapolis personal injury lawyers handle accident cases throughout Indiana and work from multiple offices in the state.
Our Albuquerque personal injury lawyers handle accident cases throughout New Mexico and work form our office located in the Compass Bank Building.
Our St. Joe personal injury lawyers handle cases in several cities throughout Michigan, including Grand Rapids, Traverse City, and Kalamazoo.
In addition to our primary locations, Keller & Keller is also licensed to practice law on behalf of injured people in the states of Illinois, Kentucky, and Florida.