Daniel S. Rose, Esq. has been practicing Personal Injury for 19 years. He strives to get the best results for his clients. He believes in the client being part of their case and understand the all aspects and essentially getting an understanding of the law that involves their case.
Originally from New York. Daniel Rose graduated Thomas Cooley Law School in Michigan in 1996. Then admitted to the California Bar in December of 1996. Mr. Rose has been a residing in San Diego County since graduating from Law School.
He has many results in that were pubished in legal publications including a case that went up on appeal to the California Supreme Court that changed law, Bouton v. USAA et al. where the insurer claimed the Claimant was not a resident of the household and not covered under the policy.
Mr. Rose recently had the privilege representing a plaintiff in trial and winning the case where the insurance claimed there was no insurance coverage. The passenger in a vehicle driven by his friend and stepson of the insured (stepfather) later claimed his stepson stole the vehicle. The jury held the stepfather liable under the theory of negligent entrustment and permissive use. Originally this claims was denied. Mr. Rose's client was also awarded attorney's fees and punitive damages against the drunk driver who caused the collision.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Attorney California||Rue Ratings Best Attorneys of America||2016|
|Lead Counsel Rated - Personal Injury||Lead Counsel||2016|
|Civil Litigation||Lead Counsel||2016|
|Million Dollar Advocate||Million Dollar Advocates Forum||2015|
|Commendation||R. Rex Parris, Major of Lancaster||2014|
|Attorney||Law Office of Daniel S. Rose, P.C.||1997 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Rated for Civil Litigation||Lead Counsel||2016 - Present|
|Consumer Attorneys of California||Member||2010 - Present|
|CHP 11-99 Foundation||Lifetime Member||2005 - Present|
|San Diego North County Bar Association||Member||2001 - Present|
|San Diego County Bar Association||Member||2000 - Present|
|Lawyer Referral Service SDCBA||Referral Lawyer Personal Injury||2000 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||1996 - Present|
|2 Trials Digest 18th 2, 2014 WL 7525720 (Cal.Super.) (Verdict and Settlement Summary) Westlaw||Jenkins v. Tarbet||2014|
|Trials Digest||Pedestrian fatally struck by vehicle outside dry cleaners / Horton v. Mulligan et al.||2013|
|Thomas M Cooley Law School||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|State University of New York, College at Oswego||BS - Bachelor of Science||1991|
|Hoehn v. Delia et al.||1.25 Million policy limits|
|Snyder v. Wakshull||$1.2 million|
|Horton v. Mulligan and Casa De Oro Dry Cleaners et al.||$1,490,000|
|Espinoza v. Giclas||$400,000|
|Jaramillo v. Omeed||$1,497,000|
|Harrington v. Anderson||$585,000 Arbitration Award|
Posted by Robert
Thu Oct 22 2015
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