Ross A. Vandegriff is an attorney with subrogation law firm Keis George LLP. Ross is the managing attorney at the firm’s Indianapolis, Indiana office.
Having devoted his entire legal career to trial practice, Ross is an accomplished litigator with first chair experience in numerous jury trials. Alternatively, Ross recognizes that not every case needs to be tried and will work with his clients to create an efficient legal strategy that fits their needs. Due to his wealth of knowledge throughout all phases of litigation, clients will appreciate his collaborative approach and individualized service.
Ross’ approach to the practice of law is to find the most efficient and practical solution to his clients’ legal challenges. Whether through negotiated settlement or trial, Ross will provide the counsel his clients need to obtain the most satisfactory result.
Ross began his career as a deputy prosecutor, gaining valuable trial experience while obtaining convictions against drunk drivers and drug offenders. He then worked in-house for a Fortune 500 insurance company, representing the company and its insured through all phases of litigation. His clients included school corporations, international businesses, local and regional businesses, and individuals.
Ross received his J.D., cum laude, from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He also has an accounting and finance degree from Indiana University and is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and the National Association of Subrogation Professionals.