Daniel is an attorney, mediator, and arbitrator who emphasizes collaboration with parties to achieve mutually agreeable results. For the past 17 years, his practice has focused on three areas of homeowner law: HOA/Condo association versus Owner claims; general real estate disputes; and construction defect claims. He has represented clients on both sides of a case, including 13 years as HOA general counsel and multiple years representing individual homeowners. This dual-faceted experience allows Daniel to fully understand and evaluate each party’s claims, defenses, and objectives.
As former insurance defense counsel and current plaintiff’s attorney, Daniel knows his way around an insurance policy and the complex issues related to coverage and piecing together complicated settlement proposals.
A prolific writer, Daniel has authored dozens of articles published in various industry and legal periodicals, as well as speaking at numerous educational and legal seminars. He is a Gulf War veteran and graduate of the Navy Fighter Weapons School (“Top Gun”). He retired from military service in 2011 as a Captain in the Navy Reserves. In 2015, Dan was granted a fellowship into the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers, one of approximately 150 attorneys in the nation with the distinction. He looks forward to providing his 25 years of legal experience and expertise to assist you or your client in resolving your current dispute.
B.A. Boston University
J.D. The George Washington University
Fellow, College of Community Association Lawyers
Community Association Institute