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Andrew is a long-time Hoosier who attended law school at the Maurer School of Law, Indiana University at Bloomington. He attended law school after two years as a Combat Engineer in the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.


After graduation from law school, Drew received a commission in the U.S. Army Jag Corp. As a JAG Captain, he deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, from 2007 to 2008. He still serves in the Army Reserve JAG Corp as a Deputy Team Leader of the 9th Legal Operations Detachment.


He brings all of his energy, experience, and judgment to every case he accepts.


Drew also participates in an Alzheimer clinical research study administrated by the Indiana University Neuroscience Center, Indianapolis. The hope is that the study will help bring us closer to a cure and spare the younger generations from the suffering the disease can cause. he has personal experience with the disease, and understand the stress, hardship, and sadness that the disease can bring. 


Drew lives on 10 acres of woodland and pasture outside of Louisville, Kentucky with his wife and two boys. For more information on Drew's experience and education, read his curriculum vitae (available on this page). 

I have dedicated my practice to providing advice, representation and legal services to individuals who need help navigating the health care, veterans affairs, and military administrative and court systems. My intent is to raise the case for veterans, their survivors and the elderly by leveraging years of legal experience -- in the military, government, and private sectors -- to provide personalized legal services unique to each client's circumstances. 


"I hired Mr. Andrew R. Rutz after dealing with the V.A. for 6 years. I've met with Mr. Rutz and I think I can call him Andrew. Andrew took my case in 2015 and my case was settled in February 2018. I was receiving 10% disability and Andrew was able to get me 100% total and permanent disability. I dealt with the service organizations to get help but was unable to get my case settled. It's not easy. You have to get the proper paperwork and you have to do your research (computers, library, encyclopedias). You have to do the legwork, but it pays off. You have to be patient. Andrew is a humble man that is a true advocate for veterans. Andrew, I just want to say THANKS. I'm getting older and it was a true blessing. I love you brother."


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