Keis George LLP is pleased to welcome Ross A. Vandegriff, associate attorney to the Indianapolis, Indiana office. Vandegriff joins the firm’s recently expanded Indiana office, which will pursue property subrogation and commercial litigation throughout the entire state from one centralized location in Indianapolis, Indiana. Previously, Indiana claims were pursued from the firm’s Columbus office.
Having devoted his entire career to trial practice, Vandegriff is an accomplished litigator with first chair experience in numerous jury trials. Alternatively, Vandegriff recognizes that not every case needs to be tried and will work with his clients to find the most efficient and practical solution to their legal challenges. Due to his wealth of knowledge throughout all phases of litigation, clients will appreciate Vandegriff’s collaborative attitude and practical intelligence.
Warren S. George, managing litigation partner, applauds Vandegriff’s trial practice, “With so few trials occurring, it’s impressive to observe Ross inside and outside the courtroom. As a young professional, you wouldn’t expect him to have so much trial and litigation experience. Ross exudes a high level of confidence and calculation, which I believe our clients will truly value.”
Clients will appreciate Vandegriff’s collaborative attitude and practical intelligence
Vandegriff began his career as a deputy prosecutor, gaining valuable trial experience while obtaining hundreds of convictions. He then worked in-house for a Fortune 500 insurance company, representing the company and its insured through all phases of litigation in insurance defense, commercial litigation, and subrogation.
William H. Keis, founding partner, draws parallels between their careers, “My firm started with a desk, a phone, and me. That was it! I had to get out there, meet people, and perform at such a high level to get Keis George to the firm it is today. I see those qualities in Ross. He holds himself to such a high work ethic…a high level of doing things…and he is a real likable person.”