Born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana, Kerri Farmer obtained a management degree from Krannert School of Management at Purdue University in 2001. She then received her J.D. from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis. Kerri began working with Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC before she earned her law degree. Once she was admitted to the bar in 2004, she immediately began taking on cases and zealously pursuing justice for personal injury victims throughout Indiana. She expanded her scope in 2005 with admission to practice in Kentucky. Kerri takes pride in helping clients fight back against insurance companies who seek to limit their right to fair compensation.

In 2014, she joined the law firm of Montross Miller Muller Mendelson & Kennedy, LLP as an associate attorney.  There she continued to fight for injured victims adding the area of medical malpractice law.  In 2018 the firm reorganized and Kerri became a partner of Montross Miller.

Kerri Farmer lives in Hendricks County, where she and her husband, Brandon, are raising three children. Like all members of Montross Miller, she makes a priority of community service along with her law practice. Kerri is a volunteer for the Indianapolis Legal Aid Homeless Project where she donates her time to provide free legal advice and counsel to those living in area homeless shelters.

She and Brandon are also active in the Cascade Youth League which oversees youth baseball, softball, volleyball, wrestling and football for the Mill Creek School District. Kerri has served on the Board of Directors for the league and her and her husband have coached their children in almost every sport. She also volunteers her time within all Mill Creek Community Schools and has been an active member of the PTO.

Kerri is admitted to the Indiana Bar, Kentucky Bar, U.S. District Courts, Northern and Southern District of Indiana, and the U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky. She is a member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Kentucky Bar Association, and The National Trial Lawyers Association.  She has earned the honor of Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2014-2019 and has also received the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 in Indiana.


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Scott did a truly amazing job for us. It was not just about the legal work; he was there for us every step of the way. From rehab, through settlement and even making sure appropriate financial arrangements were in place for the future. He went to bat for us with health care providers and workman’s comp people. He fights for what is right. He really cared about what happened to my husband.


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Words cannot express how tremendously grateful my husband and I are to Nate and his team during the most difficult times in our lives. He walked us through every step with the up most respect, never hesitating to answer any and all questions, or simply giving us a word of encouragement. It was a relief to know that he was always on our side, fighting for our case and believing that it was worth fighting for.