Before joining Kubicki Draper, Daniel White worked as in-house counsel for a Fortune-500 Company, litigating personal injury protection cases. He brings this strong background in PIP to the firm’s Orlando office where he will continue to aggressively defend these claims.
Daniel attended Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law on a full merit-based academic scholarship. In law school, Daniel spent summers as an intern with Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho aiding in the representation of indigent persons facing federal criminal charges. During his third-year, he was one of three students selected to work with Indigent Criminal Justice Practicum, where he personally represented indigent persons charged with misdemeanors in Centre County, Pennsylvania in coordination with the Centre County Public Defenders Office. As a result of Daniel’s commitment to pro bono and public interest work as a law student, he received recognition as a Miller Pro Bono Advocate and Public Interest Advocate. Additionally, Daniel was a member of the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law Moot Court Board and was elected by his peers to the position of Executive Vice-Chair of the Moot Court Board, an entirely student-run organization.
As an undergraduate at Saint Leo University, Daniel was a member of the Saint Leo University Men’s Soccer Team and a member of the Honor Program which helped him develop critical time-management skills and an outstanding work-ethic.
Daniel’s background in public interest work taught him the importance of taking the time to understand his client’s needs and problems. His practice style is centered on achieving the best possible result for his clients, particularly in the face of adversity, and he vigorously works to find the best possible solutions for them.