Dan Blundy is a client-focused and articulate litigator who has represented insurance carriers in all manner of litigation, defending them in first party disputes and defending their insureds in trucking, auto, and commercial liability claims. His background includes extensive work litigating highly contested matters and representing Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and individuals in a wide range of civil litigation, including banking and financial services, business litigation, coverage disputes, fraud/SIU/EUO matters, and appellate practice. Dan ensures client satisfaction by maintaining open lines of communication and achieving successful outcomes.
He attended the University of Florida, where he earned Bachelor’s Degrees in Political Science and Psychology in 2005. His honors thesis dissected the interpersonal relationships between the Supreme Court Justices and discussed how those relationships affected their jurisprudence. In 2008, he earned his Juris Doctor at the Florida State University College of Law. While there, the university awarded him a Certificate of Distinguished Pro Bono Service for demonstrating a strong commitment to providing pro bono service to those unable to afford legal services.
Dan is a member of the Florida Bar, admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts and Florida’s Southern and Middle District Federal Courts. He resides in Orlando, spending his time outside of the office repairing electronic hardware, troubleshooting computer software, and enjoying life with his wife, Laura, and their three daughters, Layla, Noel, and Nora.