Handling complex personal injury and wildfire cases
At Daniels Law, our team has successfully prosecuted difficult claims and helped our clients suffering life-altering accident injuries—including wildfire injury and property loss —for more than 25 years.
The Daniels Law team members are professionals through and through. Bill Daniels is a master of his craft. He is a skilled listener, extremely savvy and perceptive, and a creative, strategic thinker and negotiator.”
I found Bill and Will experienced, well staffed and good faith and family people. They came and sat in my backyard having coffee while gathering evidence and getting to know me at the same time…”
Not only was Bill committed and passionate about helping me but he was personable, respectful, and educated me every step of the way. I often even heard from him with updates outside of normal business hours and gained not only a lawyer but a friend and advocate.”
Mr. Daniels is an intelligent, articulate, and persuasive litigator who has a proven track record of being able to obtain results for his clients. He is experienced and skillful and an excellent attorney.”
$20.5 Million VerdictDoe v. Luster · Personal Injury
The defendant drugged and raped his live-in girlfriend and videotaped the crimes. An action was filed and went to trial in Ventura County, California.
$13.5 Million SettlementDoe HOA vs. Roe Ins. Co. · Insurance bad faith
Enforcing a homeowner’s association’s right under their insurance policy.
$11 Million VerdictCobb v. County of Los Angeles · Personal Injury
James Cobb was seriously injured when a Los Angeles County forklift ran him over in a crosswalk. The County denied liability; the jury made a just award that was upheld on appeal.
$6.9 Million SettlementDoe Insured v. Doe Disability Insurance Co.
A prominent transplant surgeon found himself disabled after suffering a sports-related brain injury. When a bad faith lawsuit was filed, the carrier defended ferociously. Even so, the matter settled for nearly $7 million, believed a record settlement for the defendant insurance carrier.