Every Client, regardless of the legal issue, deserves the best advocate.

Why we fight

We are here for you

Clients are the most important asset to the Keeton Legal team. We know that having a case can be stressful and unnerving so the Keeton Legal goal is to always be prompt with updates and direct with communication. Clients are always in the know with regrard to the status of their case and the details of the next steps.

Your cause is our cause

The goal of the legal system - whether civil or criminal - is justice. At Keeton Legal we strive to deliver every matter to a just resolution.

We know it is not easy

Dignity is an extension of the Enlightenment-era concepts of inherent, inalienable rights. Dignity is often used in proscriptive and cautionary ways: for example in politics it is usually used to critique the treatment of oppressed and vulnerable groups and peoples, but it has also been extended to apply to cultures and sub-cultures, religious beliefs.

Why Choose Keeton Legal

1You need a knowledgeable lawyer
Keeton Legal can provide expert leagal help

2You deserve a determined advocate
Every angle is carefully deliberated

3 You owe yourself a chance
Making the wrong choice will be costly

Call us: 310 916 9517

or you can send us an email via: hello@keetonlegal.com

Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Personal injury actions arise when a person is injured through either the intentional or negligent actions of another. Some of the most common types of personal injury claims are traffic collisions, injuries in a store, assault claims and product defects (product liability).

Business Litigation

Whether your business is involved in a contract dispute or employment matter, Keeton Legal works for you. We are also able to help form your new business or expand your current enterprise.

Civil Defense

Just because a person files a lawsuit against you does not necessarily mean that you are going to have to pay them money. The first hurdle that any potential plaintiff will have to jump is proper service – that is, were you properly notified of the lawsuit. Although this may seem like a straightforward question, that is not always the case.