Keeler & Keeler, LLP was established in 2002 in Gallup, New Mexico and handles matters in not only New Mexico State Court and New Mexico Federal Court, but also Courts located on the Navajo Nation. Keeler & Keeler LLP has also represented clients from the State of Oregon to Florida and many other states too.


The values at Keeler & Keeler, LLP include treating every client with respect pursuing an efficient solution to each case.  We believe that providing high quality, cost effective and timely legal services is important to our clients. Whether the client needs help with an SSI/Social Security Disability claim or a loved one has been hurt in an accident, Keeler & Keeler, LLP is here to help.

William "Billy" Keeler

Bradley "Brad" L. Keeler

Billy's practice is mostly dedicated to civil litigation. Billy loves the challenge that arise from this type of work.


Billy's daily schedule includes meeting with clients and staff in an effort to fully develop each client's case. Billy is accessible to his clients via email and should the need arise by cell phone. Billy tries to be available when his clients need him most.


What Billy Did Before Establishing
Keeler & Keeler, LLP.

Billy grew up in Gallup, New Mexico and did his undergraduate study at the University of New Mexico where he was a member of the Lobo Football team. After he graduated from UNM in December of 1991, Billy went to Baylor University where he received his Masters in Public Administration and also met his wife, Davette. After getting his Masters at Baylor, Billy went to Thomas M. Cooly Law School where he graduated in May 1997 and began practicing law in October of 1997 with the firm of Rosebrough and Barnhouse, P.C. In 2002, Billy and his brother Bradley started Keeler & Keeler, LLP. Billy is admitted to practice law before the State and Federal Courts of New Mexico, and the Navajo Nation Court.


Billy's Life Outside of the Office

Billy is a Director with the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and has helped develop the local youth football league (TDFL) serving as both a Board Member and Coach.  Billy has also helped coach football at Gallup Middle School and the local high schools.


Billy's Support Outside the Office

Billy's wife Davette is a teacher at the McKinley County Academy. Their children include two football players and a soccer player/dancer, making Billy's life both busy and enjoyable carting the three kids to all their events.

Brad has dedicated his practice to disability law.  He helps people, who have applied and been denied, obtain disability benefits through the Social Security Administration.  He is admitted to practice before courts in the State of New Mexico and the Federal District of New Mexico.  He has been named one of New Mexico's top 50 litigators in 2010 and was named a Southwest Super Lawyers "Rising Star" in 2012.  He is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives (NOSSCR) and proud member of the New Mexico Social Security Attorney Association.


What Brad Did Before Keeler & Keeler, LLP.

Brad graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Biology.  He later moved to Dallas to attend Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where he graduated in 2002. After graduation, Brad and his family moved back to his hometown of Gallup and he went to work for Rosebrough, Barnhouse, & Keeler, P.C.  A year later, he set up shop with his brother and partner, to form Keeler & Keeler, LLP, where he has been practicing ever since.


Brad's Life Outside of the Office

When not practicing law, Brad enjoys spending time with his family, coaching football and taking advantage of the outdoor opportunities abound in the beautiful southwest.

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