Giving back is not something we just talk about, we are committed to giving back to the community. Keller Cares is our initiative and we believe meaningful service is part of our mission. We're dedicated to giving back to our neighbors in tangible ways.
We have a lot planned, so be sure to check back often to get the latest news about Keller Cares!
We've recently started giving out meals to food-insecure families in Indianapolis. For the next several months (at least!), each Friday between 12-2, the Keller & Keller staff is handing out sandwiches, bagged lunches, and more to anyone who may be in need.
Just like Indianapolis, our Albuquerque office has hit the streets to provide lunchtime meals for anyone who may be in need. Join us each Friday from Noon to 2:00 pm!
On December 14, 2020, we presented Braxton Johnson—an amazing 7 year old boy with Spina Bifida—and his loving family with a handicap accessible van! This is the first year we have had the opportunity to give a second van to another deserving family in a single year. 2020 has been incredibly difficult, and we're happy to make things a little bit easier for this family.
We would like to thank everyone who has supported Samantha's House to make this possible. We depend on the generous donations of Hoosiers, and greatly appreciate that support. Thank you, Indiana, and congratulations to the Johnson family on their new handicap accessible van.
More About Samantha's House
After representing a child named Samantha, an 8 year old whose life was forever changed when she was hit by a car, Keller & Keller established Samantha’s House: a nonprofit organization intended to help Samantha (and other children with similar injuries) resolve special housing needs.
The goal of Samantha’s House is simple: to make everyday life more manageable for a person in need. The foundation chooses deserving people that have everyday life challenges due to their injuries or disabilities and current living conditions that are not conducive to their unique needs.
Samantha’s House raises money to support building fully handicapped accessible homes and/or handicapped accessible vans.
University of New Mexico Law School Scholarship Program
Since 2013, Keller & Keller has partnered with the University of New Mexico’s School of Law to provide $10,000 in scholarship money to first-year law school students. Three students are selected from a pool of applicants who have demonstrated financial need and an interest in representing injured persons. These students are awarded a scholarship to further their pursuit of obtaining a law degree.
For years, Keller & Keller has proudly been a top sponsor of Indiana’s Lambda Legal chapter. Lambda Legal is a national nonprofit organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people, and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education, and public policy work.
Indiana University Hillel Foundation
Keller & Keller's involvement with Hillel at Indiana University dates back several years and continues through the present.
Jim Keller currently serves as IU Hillel President. The organization is dedicated to providing a home away from home for IU's Jewish students, enabling them with an opportunity to sharpen their leadership skills, and stay connected to their history and culture in a traditional and creative setting.
The Keller & Keller Family
We are a family-owned business built on the foundation of exceptional, compassionate client service.
Our personal injury attorneys have helped people have a voice in the legal system for more than 80 years. Our clients receive personal attention, experienced counsel, professionalism, and representation by attorneys with a proven record of success.
To learn more about our firm's charity work and our legal services, please call us anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our lawyers offer free consultations to all personal injury victims and their families. We handle a wide range of cases and clients, from those who have suffered an injury in a car accident to cases of nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, and prescription drug liability.