Daniel knows what it takes to resolve your claim, whether that’s through negotiations with the insurance company or through aggressive litigation. He has served hundreds of injured clients in the Las Vegas area.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in legal studies, he completed his law degree at the J. Reuben Clark Law School, graduating with high honors near the top of his class. He edited the school’s Law Review and its Education and Law Journal, was vice president of the trial advocacy program, and worked closely with one of the nation’s leading First Amendment scholars. During law school he worked as a law clerk for judges, law firms, and government entities, including the Criminal Appeals Division of the Office of the Utah Attorney General.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, rock climbing, camping, hiking, and just about anything outdoors. He is a skilled drum kit player and amateur carpenter. As a volunteer for his church, Daniel spent two years in Russia and learned to speak Russian.