Keith is an associate at the firm. He represents clients who have been injured due to the wrongful conduct of others as well as disabled clients at hearings and in federal court appeals. He has experience in various complex litigation matters including auto and truck accidents, defective products, workers’ compensation, and medical malpractice. In addition, he has second chair trial experience as a prosecutor.
Keith is originally from Stuart, Florida. He attended Florida State University and was an active member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and the Collegiate Veterans Association. He attended law school at American University, Washington College of Law where he served on the editorial boards of American University Business Law Review and American University National Security Law Brief. He also taught constitutional law and juvenile justice courses through the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project.
Following high school, Keith served as an airborne infantryman in the United States Army. He continued to serve though college and law school and deployed on Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2010. He now lives in Homewood with his wife Kelley and their two dogs.