Advocating for the Rights of Injured Clients
S. Jack Keller (1937 - 2021) proudly carried on the family tradition of advocating for the rights of injured people.
Jack attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, graduating in 1959 with a Bachelor’s degree in English. He then attended the Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington.
Upon graduation in 1962, Jack opened an office in South Bend, Indiana, allowing Keller & Keller to expand. Jack focused his practice on car accidents, snowmobile and motorcycle accidents, recreational vehicle accidents, wrongful death and serious injuries and Michigan no-fault law.
A leader in the legal profession, Jack received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, their highest possible designation, for his legal acumen, standards of conduct, ethics, reliability and diligence. He belonged to the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum and was named among the “Best Lawyers.”
"Fighting for the rights of injured people hurt by the negligence of others is what we've done for over 75 years."
He belonged to the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Indiana and Michigan Trial Lawyers Association and the Berrien County Bar Association, of which he was a past president. Jack was admitted to practice before the United States District Court of the Western District of Michigan and the Northern District of Indiana.
Jack was a Rotarian, as well as a past president and board member of Temple B’nai Shalom. He and his wife, Julie, have several children and nine grandchildren.
When not practicing law, he nurtured his passion for digital photography and enjoyed travel.