Ben KeenAtlanta, GA
Ben Keen is a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Personal Injury and Products Liability Section and is handling cases involving serious injuries and defective products including tractor-trailer accidents. He is working in Beasley Allen’s Atlanta office.
Prior to joining the firm and during law school, Ben gained experience as a law clerk for law firms practicing in civil litigation and criminal defense.
In Ben’s free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah and their French Bulldog, Winnie Lou. Ben also enjoys cooking, listening to music, and outdoor recreation of all kinds.
Ben is a member of the Georgia State Bar and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the Southside Metro Atlanta Trial Lawyers Association.
Ben earned his Juris Doctorate from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in May 2018. While at Cumberland, Ben studied at Cambridge University, Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge, England, as part of the law school’s study abroad program.
He was consistently included on the Dean’s List and was a member of Cumberland’s National Arbitration and National Trial teams, an Associate Judge of the law school’s Trial Advocacy Board, a member of the Cordell Hull Speakers Forum and a member of the Judge James Edwin Inn of Court.
During his senior year of law school, Ben served as class President and Graduation Commencement Speaker. Ben received a B.A. from the University of Mississippi in 2013.
Helping tractor-trailer crash victimsWorking with clients who have fallen victim to tractor-trailer crashes is a tall order but one Beasley Allen lawyer Ben Keen takes pride in as he helps his clients move through the traumatic process of seeking justice for their pain, suffering and, in some cases, the loss of loved ones. Ben is experienced in dealing with trucking companies, whose professional drivers are held to a higher standard with regard to laws and regulations of the road. He is honored to bring resources that allow plaintiffs to stand toe-to-toe with the significant resources large trucking companies pay to avoid responsibility for such crashes.
Learn more about Ben Keen: https://www.beasleyallen.com/attorney/ben-keen/