Don Keenan Injury Attorney Atlanta Georgia Advocates United

Don Keenan

President of Advocates United

For over 40 years Don has been dedicated to handling complex damage cases, including catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases arising from automobile, medical negligence, products liability, hotel and apartment inadequate security, railroad, and aviation claims. Don has helped victims of catastrophic injury by trying cases in over 47 states and 5 foreign countries.

Don is the youngest past-President of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an exclusive organization of 100 members, all having the distinction of winning multiple seven figure verdicts. He was the youngest member ever inducted, achieving this honor at the age of thirty-two, and later served as the youngest President of the organization.

Don was elected President of the American Board of Trial Advocates in 1992 and received that organization’s 1992 Masters in Trial award. During his tenure, he led a delegation of lawyers to Czechoslovakia and later to Russia to produce the first civil jury trials in the history of those two emerging democracies. In 1997 the National Law Journal named Don as one of the three best medical negligence lawyers in the United States. Later, he was honored with the Chief Justice award for civility and professionalism, the highest award possible for a lawyer in Georgia. He now serves on the Advisory Committee for the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. The College trains the majority of new judges in the United States. In 1990 and again in 1992, he was named Trial Lawyer of the Year. In 2008 he received the Tradition of Excellence Award by the Georgia State Bar.

Don serves as the President of Advocates United where he continues to help grow and mentor our most experienced as well as the newest attorneys in the firm with only one goal in mind – to help people right wrongs.

Don is licensed to practice law in Georgia.

  • 42 Years working on behalf of injured people as a licensed attorney
  • 327 Verdicts and Settlements over $1 Million
  • 9 Appearances on National TV speaking about his work with injured children