Dan E. Siebert
Dan has been trying personal injury cases in Kentucky since 1979 and was lead counsel in a product liability suit that resulted in a settlement of over three million dollars for the injured person and his family. He filed and prosecuted a class action suit that settled for an amount that resulted in approximately ten million dollars in funds available to class members. He is currently litigating wrongful death and serious injury cases in Federal Court on behalf of inmates and their families against Kentucky Corrections Departments.
Dan has argued and won two cases before the Kentucky Supreme Court that resulted in published opinions changing the motor vehicle and personal injury insurance law of Kentucky in a favorable way for injured persons: Mitchell v. Allstate Insurance Co., 244 S.W. 3rd 59 (Ky. 2008) and Dowell v. Safe Auto Insurance Co., 208 S. W. 3rd 972 (Ky. 2007).
Dan graduated from the University of Louisville School of Business in 1974 and the University of Louisville School of Law in 1979. He is admitted to practice in the Kentucky state courts as well as the Eastern and Western District Courts and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States. He is a member of the Kentucky and American Bar Associations, the American Association of Justice, the Kentucky Justice Association and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Dan’s civic involvement includes Chair Person of the Board of Directors of the Peace Education Program and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisville Nature Center, the Kentucky Waterway Alliance, the Beargrass Creek Alliance and is a member of the Counsel of 1000 of the Natural Resources Defense Counsel.