Michigan and Indiana Injury and Wrongful Death Attorney Dan Armstrong
As a seasoned attorney with the law office of Keller & Keller, Dan views the courtroom as a place where everyday people can meet massive corporations on a level playing field.
Dan grew up in a rural area of southern Ohio. After High School, he lived in Brazil for a time, where he learned Portuguese. After returning home, he attended Wright State University, graduating summa cum laude in 2007. Dan then attended Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law, graduating in 2010 with honors once again, magna cum laude. Along the way, he was a semi-finalist in the Robert H. Staton Intramural Moot Court Competition, was a member of the Order of the Barristers, and competed in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law moot court competition.
Dan joined the law firm of Keller & Keller in 2011, focusing his practice on personal injury litigation, commercial litigation, wrongful death, and automobile no-fault law.
In his short career, Dan has already established a reputation for winning cases and earning positive outcomes for clients:
- Dan won two six-figure settlements for a South Bend, Indiana client involved in two separate collisions, despite a preexisting condition.
- In 2012, he won a verdict on behalf of an injured client from Plainwell, Michigan who was hit by a car and ejected from his motorcycle.
- Dan overcame a motion to dismiss to recover compensation for a Watervliet, Michigan client who required surgery after being injured by faulty concrete at a cemetery while attending a funeral.
“A courtroom is the only place where the average, everyday person can compete on a level playing field with a large, multinational corporation. No matter the power, influence, or money of either party, each side's fate ultimately rests in the hands of a jury made of a cross-section of the community.”
In his career, Dan has established a reputation for winning cases and earning positive outcomes for clients. He believes in the legal process and trusts a jury of peers to achieve fairness and justice, regardless of the power, money, or influence of the parties involved.
Dan is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, the Michigan State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, and the Michigan Association of Justice.
When not practicing law, he enjoys playing golf, visiting the shores of Lake Michigan, attending college football games, and coaching his kids’ sports teams.