DANIELLE M. BOYD
Danielle strives to achieve the best results for clients in an efficient manner, beginning at the earliest evaluation of each case.
During law school, Danielle participated in Trial Advocacy Honors Board and Moot Court. She served as an Article Editor for Whittier Law Review and Vice President for Trial Advocacy Honors Board. Her article, Unmasking the Flaws in the Pregnancy Discrimination Act: The Fight for Pregnant Workers, was published in 2015 by Whittier Law Review. She served as a legal extern for Associate Justice William Bedsworth of the Fourth District Court Appeal.
Before joining the firm, Danielle represented school districts and elected school board members in a broad array of employment law, education law, and administrative law matters.
Danielle now dedicates her time to defending clients in personal injury matters, including premises liability, motor vehicle negligence, and wrongful death.
In April 2021, Danielle was second chair in a trial, which resulted in a unanimous defense verdict after only 40 minutes of deliberation in an admitted liability automobile accident case. The case was a retrial of hung jury. At closing, Plaintiff counsel asked for $700,000 for Plaintiff and $300,000 for Plaintiff’s husband.
She is licensed to practice before the California State Bar and the United State District Court, Central Division.
When not practicing law, Danielle enjoys working out, horseback riding, paddle boarding, and spending time with family and friends.
- Automobile and Homeowner Bodily Injury and Property Damage Claims
- Premises Liability
- Civil Litigation
- Whittier Law School, J.D., 2016
- University of California, Irvine, BA, 2013
- State Bar of California
- Orange County Women’s Bar Association
- Orange County Bar Association
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