About Daniel Spitzer

Meet Daniel Spitzer

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Daniel A. Spitzer is an attorney and the managing partner of Spitzer Legal, where he practices exclusively in the areas of plaintiff side catastrophic personal injury. He received his B.S. from the University of Redlands and his law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law. Additionally, while at Pepperdine, Mr. Spitzer earned a Masters in Dispute Resolution, with special focus on mediation advocacy, from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, and a certificate from the Geoffrey H. Palmer center for Entrepreneurship and the Law, where he also served on the executive board.

Mr. Spitzer is recognized as a Southern California Super Lawyers ‘Shooting Star’ (an honor reserved for the top 2.5% of all attorneys), he is a recipient of recognition as one of America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Attorneys, and he holds Martindale-Hubble AV Preeminent status, for the highest peer reviewed levels of skill and ethics.

Prior to practicing law, Mr. Spitzer had a twenty year career in business with experience ranging from international high technology startups to petroleum distribution. His combination of business experience, legal experience, and his experience as an adjunct professor of law at Pepperdine University School of Law makes him uniquely qualified to represent clients in all types of injury cases.

Personal Injury Attorney Daniel Spitzer wearing a blue button up shirt and a red tie smiling at camera

Education

J.D., Pepperdine University School of Law

Mdr, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution

    B.S., University of Redlands

Admissions

All California State Courts

U.S. District Court, Central District of California

Professional Associations

State Bar of California

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Beverly Hills Bar Association

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Los Angeles County Bar Association

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