Danielle began her legal career at Lawrence & Associates in July 2015. She is the head of the Bankruptcy practice at the firm and practices in the area of Personal Injury. She graduated from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2014 and was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in May 2015. Prior to practicing law, Danielle pursued a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Cincinnati. She was on the dean lists every semester of undergraduate studies and graduated Cum Laude. Danielle spent 8 years as a public-school teacher and Director of a private school.
During law school, Danielle was a member of the Client Counseling Competition team with a successful finish in the regional competition in Michigan. She also successfully competed in several intra-school competitions such as the Closing Argument Competition and volunteered as an instructor for the Juvenile Court Street Law Diversion program. She attended law school at night while teaching second grade during the day. She is often asked how she managed to accomplish it all and the honest answer is that she didn’t clean her house for four years and her family lived out of a “clean laundry mountain” on the couch – but at least it was clean laundry!
Danielle lives in Port Orange, FL with her husband and three children. They love to travel and spend most of their off time exploring cities all over the country that aren’t considered the usual “tourist locations”. Some of their favorites include Boston, Seattle, Tacoma, and Washington D.C. They tend to give priority to cities that offer excellent street tacos.
Danielle is an active member of Mothers Esquire – A social organization for attorneys who are mothers who advocate for supporting other mothers in the legal field.
Areas of Practice
Danielle practices law in these main areas:
A man was injured when a piece of construction equipment collided with his vehicle and crushed him.
A man was working on a motor vehicle when a truck struck the vehicle. The man was pinned between the two vehicles, and his hips and legs were broken.
A man was changing a tire on an Ohio road when he was negligently struck by another vehicle, resulting in life threatening injuries.
A woman was killed while driving due to spillage left on the road.
A man developed a rare nerve condition due to his employment, which made it impossible for him to use one arm.
A man was a passenger in a rental car when it spun out of control and killed him.
A barge worker (Jones Act Seaman) was climbing down a ladder from an empty to a loaded barge when the improperly secured ladder collapsed. The worker’s head injury which caused...