Grant Ostrander

Director of Operations


Grant Ostrander joined Harris Federal Law Firm, in 2006, but his relationship with the Harris family extends back to childhood. Grant and Bo Harris were childhood friends that continued their friendship into high school where they worked together part-time at the law office of Bo’s father, Brad Harris.  

At 18 years old, Grant moved to California and obtained an Emergency Medical Technician license from Long Beach City College where he met his future wife, Kendall. Meanwhile, Bo was working full-time at the family business and building a thriving federal disability practice. When Bo needed help, he called Grant and asked if he would be interested in joining his business in Kentucky. Grant decided to join Bo on the journey and now says that decision was one of the smartest he has ever made. 

“It’s most rewarding when we get to see how we change the lives of federal employees that were in a difficult position when they first contacted our office.”

– Director of Operations Grant Ostrander

After joining the firm, Grant handled intake and evaluation of cases arising from disabilities. Moreover, he oversaw Federal Disability Retirement cases which were just a small part of the firm’s practice at that time. Federal Disability Retirement cases are matters involving federal civilian employees who have suffered injuries or illnesses and who can no longer meet at least one of their job requirements. As Grant assisted with more Federal Disability Retirement cases, he grew increasingly confident in the prospects for this firm within Federal Disability Retirement.

“I started doing more and more research as we went along, putting new systems into place that improved efficiency, and it’s now become our number-one area of business,” he says.

Grant has earned the Certificate of Authorization as a Federal Retirement Consultant (FRC) which allows him to further serve federal employees.

Grant places the same focus he has on his job in helping others through charitable endeavors. Grant and fellow employees from Harris Federal Law Firm volunteer on a variety of community projects, and sometimes travel to Nicaragua to volunteer at an orphanage.

During his free time, Grant enjoys spending time with his family, playing the guitar, running, fishing, hunting, camping and hiking.


Federal Retirement Consultant℠

Grant has been assisting federal employee’s in a non-attorney role since 2006.

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