Kevin Kelley is a named partner with the wrongful death, serious injury, and business litigation law firm, the Kelley Law Firm, P.C. Kevin Kelley is responsible for the representation of individuals across the United States and internationally who have been seriously injured or lost a loved one due to the actions or inactions of other. A sampling of the types of cases handled by Kevin Kelley include injuries and deaths caused by electrocution, industrial machines, shootings, 18-wheelers, all-terrain vehicles, and railroad companies. Kevin also represents small businesses in various commercial disputes. When operating at his best, Kevin Kelley is responsible for holding companies accountable and keeping the public safe.
During a short period of time, Kevin Kelley has tried and settled hundreds of millions of dollars in cases. Whether fighting multi-billion dollar corporations or seemingly smaller Defendants, Kevin thrives in conflict and draws on his previous experience in State and Federal courts to recover for victims of life-shattering circumstances. At the age of twenty- six, Kevin took control of an action that led to his first multi-million dollar recovery for a client. Since then, he has made it a habit to obtain multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements that have ultimately changed the lives of many clients he has had the honor of representing. Kevin Kelley’s cases have been covered by numerous local and national media outlets, including CNN, NBC, ABC, the Dallas Morning News, the Houston Chronicle, the Associated Press, and MSNBC, among others.
Kevin Kelley has been involved in the acquisition, ownership and development of numerous commercial properties across the United States, include past or present interests in Texas, Arkansas, and Illinois. In addition, Kevin Kelley is also the owner of TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails. As an alumni of Paul Quinn College, Kevin Kelley is the proud donor to numerous scholarships to lower-income students at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), and other institutions.