Dan Newlin is an attorney who specializes in personal injury claims. He has established his firm in Florida. Dan has always been interested in matters of justice and law enforcement. At the age of 20, he worked as a law enforcement officer with the New Chicago, Indiana police Department and Fire Department. Later, he served in the Orange County Sheriff’s office in Orlando, Florida for 10 years. At the peak of his career as a law enforcement officer, Dan was recognized and given the responsibilities of a Sheriff Detective.
Over the years, Dan worked under different police departments. He worked under the narcotics unit, auto theft department and the fugitive division. As a fugitive detective, he was able to stop hundreds of dangerous fugitives from committing crime in the neighborhoods. Owing to his excellent performance, Dan received accolades and was recognized for his good service by the United States Marshall’s office. Dan decided to make a career shift and enrolled at the Florida State College of Law where he graduated in 2000 with a degree in law. Currently, Dan Newlin is a licensed lawyer in Chicago and Illinois.
Dan Newlin and his team of attorneys specialize in personal injury, wrongful death, construction accidents, auto accidents, medical malpractice, motorcycle accidents and truck accidents. Quite recently, he started representing people who have been wrongfully charged by the courts. In order to make people aware of his areas of expertise, Dan decided to create a number that would give his clients easy access to his offices. He collaborated with a number of telecommunication companies such as AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile to create a personalized office number. He came up with #Dan as his firm’s official number. Residents of the Greater Chicago area, South Florida and Central Florida can access his offices. Unlike his competitors, Dan offers free consultation to his clients.
Dan prefers to have a hands-on approach when handling cases and issues affecting the law firm. He personally interviews the clients and evaluates their cases before deciding whether to accept or reject them. Before filing a complaint, he counsels his clients and tells them what they should expect during court proceedings. He believes that an open approach with clients is important for purposes of knowing what to expect during the period that the case is before the courts.
One of his high profile cases was against Mainstreet America Group, a vehicle insurance firm. A client of the firm had failed to stop at a red light and rammed into a couple who were driving home from dinner. The collision caused Mr. Krutsinger to suffer brain injuries, facial scars and a couple of fractures. The insurance company contested the liability and questioned the injuries of Mr. Krutsinger. Dan went ahead to battle the insurance firm and ended up getting a $ 950,000 compensation for Mr Krutsinger.