Daniel N. Moore
YEARS OF PRACTICE:11 years
Out of the many areas of law to practice, I chose to represent injured people and the families of
those killed by the negligence of others because, quite simply, I enjoy people . I
get a great deal of satisfaction out of helping people through some of the most
difficult times in their lives. I grew up in a family of lawyers who have helped others
in the same way. This is what I know best.
Because we feel each client's case should have the appropriate time and resources
devoted to it, our law firm only accepts a small number of cases. We combine the
use of technology, research, and the best experts to achieve success for our clients.
Our firm tailors our approach to the unique needs of each case.
I am married and have three children. I love spending time with my family. When I
can, I enjoy playing basketball and golfing. I also like to work around the house on
Dan is committed to assisting the community by handling pro bono cases for the
Volunteer Lawyers Project. The Volunteer Lawyers Project is a joint effort of the
Cincinnati Bar Association and the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, and is
dedicated to ensuring that all members of society have equal access to the judicial
system, regardless of economic status.
- Dangerous Conditions
- Dangerous Products
- Intentional Injuries
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Personal Injury
- Product Liability
- Work-related Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Malpractice by professionals-medical/legal
- Medical Negligence
- Wrongful Death
University of Cininnati
Juris Doctor (JD), 2003
Cincinnati Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Ohio Association for Justice
Clermont County Bar Association
American Association for Justice
Dan is currently serving as the Chair of the Solo/Small Firm Committee of the Cincinnati Bar Association. Dan was named as an "Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Star" for the years 2010 and 2011 by Law & Politics and Cincinnati Magazine.
Federal Courts in the Southern District of Ohio
Federal Courts in the Eastern District of Kentucky
Solo and Small Firm Committee, Chair
Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers
Potter Stewart Inn of Court
Ohio (2003), #0076430
Our firm tailors our approach to the unique needs of each client.
Dan received his law degree from University of Cincinnati College of Law after graduating from Washington State University, summa cum laude, with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. Prior to joining the firm, Dan clerked for a preeminent medical malpractice firm. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Ohio and the federal courts in the Southern District of Ohio.
Our initial consultation is always free.
All of our fees are on a contingency basis. If we don't recover for the client, we don't charge a fee.