Daniel has more than 9 years of experience in personal injury litigation acting for both the workers and employers since 2015.
Daniel has appeared in the Supreme Court, District Court and Local Court, as well as the Workers Compensation Commission. He has conducted litigation at both trial and appellant level and has significant experience in alternative dispute resolution procedures including conciliations, mediations, arbitrations and informal settlement conferences.
Daniel acts for insurers, Agencies, employers as preferred provider in recognition of his expert legal knowledge and negotiation skills.
Daniel is a trusted advisor to his clients, providing guidance on highly sensitive claims demonstrating his discretion and common sense. His approach to client and matter management is holistic, encompassing his clients’ broader legal risk profile, and focusing on strategies to minimise exposure and cost. His approach is precise, methodical and direct. His experience and deep knowledge of his clients’ core business and specific regulatory and policy frameworks allows him to accurately anticipate outcomes and proactively advise.
While committed to various forms of alternate dispute resolution, Daniel is a formidable advocate when matters need to be defended or legal boundaries tested. He advances litigation with same exactness and integrity with which he manages all matters, seeking to limit issues in dispute, focusing on facts, evidence and optimum solutions.
- Bachelor of Law, 2011, The University of Notre Dame
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW, 2012