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Brian McKeen Presented at Inner Circle Meeting and AAJ Conference

— September 3, 2019

Brian McKeen, founding and managing partner of McKeen & Associates in Detroit, recently presented at the 48th Annual Inner Circle Meeting in Dublin, Ireland,  and the 2019 American Association of Justice (AAJ) Annual Convention at the San Diego Convention Center. 

McKeen, one of the nation’s most renowned medical malpractice attorneys, spoke at the annual Inner Circle meeting on a $130.5 million verdict he won last year against Beaumont Hospital on behalf of a victim of cerebral palsy. It is one of the largest jury verdicts ever awarded in Michigan history. 

McKeen & Associates logo; image courtesy of McKeen & Associates.
McKeen & Associates logo; image courtesy of McKeen & Associates.

He was inducted into the Inner Circle of Advocates 10 years ago. The Inner Circle is an exclusive, invitation-only, assembly of the top 100 plaintiffs’ attorneys across nearly 40 practice areas. These lawyers represent clients throughout the United States and to qualify, members must have tried at least 50 personal injury trials during their careers and won at least three verdicts in excess of $1 million, or one verdict in excess of $10 million. 

At the AAJ convention, he presented to the Birth Trauma Litigation Group, on “Neurological Injury in the Preterm Newborn.” 

McKeen serves as chair of the AAJ Professional Negligence Section, Medical Negligence Exchange Group and Birth Trauma Litigation Group. The AAJ provides trial attorneys with information, professional support and a national network that enables them to most effectively and expertly represent clients. 

McKeen & Associates, P.C. is a leader in representing individuals injured by the negligence of others particularly in or by hospitals and physicians. In addition, McKeen & Associates, P.C. has successfully represented clients injured in a variety of other circumstances. Based in Detroit, the firm represents clients in both federal and state courts brought throughout Michigan and the United States. For more information, visit

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