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55 Public Square, Suite 800, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
216-241-4100 216-241-4100

Our Staff

Our specialists will respect your time, help you achieve your goals, and be open about what’s going on in your subrogation file.

Founded in 1985, Keis George LLP is a full service subrogation law firm representing insurance companies and self-insured businesses throughout the United States. Our specialists work closely with our attorneys and clients to help them achieve their recovery goals in property subrogation, auto subrogation, commercial collections, and workers’ compensation subrogation. From assisting attorneys in large loss property cases involving fire and explosions to investigating manufacturers of faulty and defective products, our purpose is to help you achieve your goals and be open about what’s going on in your file.

Our staff knows what it takes to help our attorneys obtain a meaningful recovery and our perseverance is always behind the clients we serve.

It is our commitment to maintaining a strong work ethic as individuals, and as a firm collectively, that is translated into the standards we set forth for serving our clients. We enter each situation with a passion for recovery and obtaining meaningful results. We know what it takes to help our attorneys obtain a meaningful recovery and our perseverance is always behind the clients we serve.

Melissa A. Bender

Our firm will take strategic action and set realistic expectations.

The staff at Keis George supports the strategic and administrative efforts of our attorneys. Our employees draw from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience to serve as trusted subrogation advisors and administrative specialists to help clients accomplish their goals.

Our staff is comprised of expertly appointed professionals in accounting, legal administration, information technology, public affairs, and highly specialized roles in subrogation and recovery. We also partner with subject-matter experts to provide critical information in claims against product manufacturers, private and public organizations, third-party contractors, insurance carriers, engineers and architects, at-fault drivers, and more.