Mr. Kreller was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on December 16, 1974. In 1998, he graduated from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing.
After his undergraduate studies, Mr. Kreller attended and graduated in 2002 from law school at Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana where he earned his Juris Doctorate with Concentrations in Products Liability, Corporate Finance, International Financial Services, Business Organizations, Securities Regulation, and Antitrust Law. Additionally, Mr. Kreller served as Comment Casenote Editor for the Loyola Maritime Law Journal (2001-2002) and was a Law Excellence Award recipient in Corporate Finance.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Kreller joined a New Orleans based law firm as an associate attorney in 2004 specializing in personal injury, products liability, multidistrict and class action matters, including the Louisiana class action against the Gaylord Chemical Corporation for personal injuries sustained by Louisiana residents as a result of their exposure to nitrogen tetroxide (In Re: Chemical Release at Bogalusa, Louisiana, 22nd JDC, Washington Parish, Docket No. 73341), the Louisiana class action against the City of New Orleans, the Housing Authority of New Orleans, and the Orleans Parish School Board for developing a residential neighborhood on top of an EPA-designated superfund site (John Johnson, et al. v. Orleans Parish School Board, et al., CDC, Orleans Parish, Docket No. 93-14333, Division "J"), and the Louisiana class action against the City of New Orleans and the Housing Authority of New Orleans for personal injuries sustained by residents as a result of their exposure and ingestion of lead-based paint (Casey Billieson, et al. v. City of New Orleans, et al., CDC, Orleans Parish, Docket No. 93-19231, Division "E").
On August 29, 2005, Mr. Kreller lost his home and possessions to Hurricane Katrina and spent several months assisting family and friends in restoring their lives and homes in both New Orleans and Mobile. This event has had an extraordinary impact on the manner in which Mr. Kreller leads his practice, relates with clients and secures reparation on behalf of those that his firm, The Kreller Law Firm, represents.