Andy Ray leads Keller & Keller’s New Mexico office, helping injured people in Albuquerque, elsewhere in New Mexico, and throughout the Southwest.
Andy Ray grew up in Mooresville, Indiana and graduated from Mooresville High School in 1996. He attended Indiana University for his undergraduate education and went on to Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis.
He has been a member of the Keller & Keller team since 2000 and has been practicing law for seven years. Andy focuses his practice on personal injury and wrongful death.
Andy’s experience and caring nature help protect New Mexico and Indiana accident victims. Among his many notable cases:
- Andy helped secure a six-figure recovery for the family of a Navajo woman in a New Mexico wrongful death case. The proceeds will fund an annuity that will help support her two children as they grow.
- In 2010, Andy fought successfully to reinstate the case of a client after the City of Indianapolis filed a motion to dismiss. He argued before a three-judge panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals that the city’s challenge was untimely because it was brought after the time for ruling on the motion to correct error expired.
“When my clients are injured by others acting irresponsibly, I take it personally.”
He belongs to the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association.
When not in the courtroom, Andy enjoys fly fishing, skiing and hiking. He is also an active runner and has competed in several marathons, including the Boston Marathon, as well as ultra-marathons.
Andy and his wife, Karen, have been married for 10 years. They live in the Sandia Mountains just east of Albuquerque with their six dogs.