Kenneth C. Kettler
Personal Injury Attorney

Attorney at Ritchie Law Firm

Kenneth C. Kettler

Fax: (540) 564-0001


  • University of Houston — Clear Lake  B.S.,  (2015)
  • J.D., Washington & Lee School of Law (2020)

Bar Admissions

  • Virginia (2020)

Professional Memberships

  • Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Bar Association
  • Virginia State Bar

Kenneth “KC” Kettler is an attorney with extensive experience representing people injured in a wide variety of cases. He represents people injured in car accidents, tractor trailer accidents, slip and fall incidents, and other instances where there was an injury as a result of someone else’s negligence. Kenneth also represents people who are injured at work or disabled from work in their Virginia workers’ compensation or Social Security disability claims.

Long before he graduated from the University of Houston — Clear Lake with a Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies, Kenneth knew he wanted to represent clients in court.  In 2015, Kenneth knew he wanted to represent clients in court. As a paralegal at the Chad T. Wilson Law Firm, he worked for homeowners on insurance claims, learning step-by-step how to advance a client’s claim.

In 2020, Kenneth graduated from Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia. During law school, he represented undocumented immigrants in immigration court, represented the United States in federal court, and focused on practical litigation and negotiation skills in his classes. After graduating, Kenneth clerked for Judges Milam and Reynolds in the Danville Circuit Court, gaining valuable research and writing skills.

In addition to being a strong advocate in the courtroom, Kenneth regularly represents clients on appeal. Even when a judge rules against a client, that doesn’t mean the fight is over. Kenneth believes in open and honest communication with clients, ensuring they have a clear understanding of how we can best work for them.

A member of the Virginia State Bar and the Harrisonburg/Rockingham County Bar Associations, Kenneth is happy to be in the Shenandoah Valley. As a proud member of his community, he serves as a Commissioner at the Harrisonburg Housing and Redevelopment Authority. In his free time, Kenneth enjoys cooking, long walks, and board games.

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