Clients looking for results can put their trust in Jameson Young.
A native of Indianapolis, Jameson attended North Central High School. He went on to DePauw University, graduating cum laude in 2002.
Jameson then went on to Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law, graduating with honors once again in 2005. During his education, he pledged Delta Upsilon, took part in the Management Fellows program and worked on the Indiana Law Journal.
Jameson joined the law firm of Keller & Keller in 2012. He focuses his practice on Social Security Disability.
He belongs to the Indianapolis Bar Association and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.
Jameson knows how to win for his clients and he takes special interest in cases involving mental health issues, spinal disorders and autoimmune diseases.
“Lawyers need to be able to communicate effectively, whether they are standing in front of a judge, negotiating with another lawyer, or writing a persuasive brief. Most of all, clients need a lawyer they can really trust, and I pride myself on being someone my clients can trust.”
He also finds time for pro bono work and was recently appointed to serve as counsel on a civil rights case in federal district court. When not practicing law, Jameson enjoys cycling, hiking and home improvement.
His skills in communication and logic make Jameson an asset to the legal profession. And his skills and integrity are winning the trust of clients.
Jameson’s high regard for the legal profession inspires his passion, zeal and creativity.