Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
Daniel is skilled in professional liability defense with an emphasis on medical malpractice matters, product liability, plaintiff's personal injury and insurance subrogation matters. He received his law degree in 1977 from Indiana University, J.D., magna cum laude, and his undergraduate degree from Indiana University in 1974. He was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 1977. Among his most significant cases are Fleenor v. Orkin, a toxic tort trial involving claim for brain damage for exposure to pesticide and Laminack v. State Industries in which he served as co-counsel on a major products liability claim involving an allegedly defective design of a water heater and a severely burned child. Daniel is also a public commentator, having presented several presentations on malpractice to local hospitals.