Kel Vrana is a personal injury attorney who lives and works in the East Valley. After working as a personal injury lawyer for several years for a large firm, Kel chose to start his own firm. In 2015, the Vrana Law Firm opened its doors in Tempe, Arizona. Connect with Kel on Linkedin
Kel grew up with a “Midwest work ethic” and was sent to Nebraska to work in corn fields during the summer starting at age 13. He appreciates hard work and freely admits to doing everything from flipping burgers to bookkeeping prior to attending law school. He also learned to speak conversational Spanish through a combination of high school classes and communicating daily with Spanish speaking employees while he worked as a busboy.
Kel attended Arizona State University for an undergraduate degree in communications. While at ASU, Kel was extremely active in the student organization Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda. He served first as a chapter president, then state president and finally national vice president. Kel continues to dedicate time and effort to this organization.
After obtaining his undergraduate degree, Kel attended Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. While there, he was a member of the moot court team, clerked for the Kansas Court of Tax Appeals and interned with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Kel graduated from law school and was admitted to practice law in the state of Arizona in 2011.
Upon being admitted to the Arizona bar, Kel took a position with the law firm Hastings & Hastings. While there, he helped hundreds of clients with property damage, injuries, loss of value to their vehicles and even dog injuries. After settling more cases than every single attorney in the firm for two years in a row, Kel founded the Vrana Law Firm.
At home, Kel spends his time with his wife Amber and their twins Gwen and Grayson. Kel participates in a recreational volleyball league with his parents and sister for fun. He can also be found watching college football rooting for the Arizona State Sun Devils and Nebraska Cornhuskers.