Daniel A. Kirschner
Daniel A. Kirschner focuses his practice on First Party Property Insurance Defense Litigation, including coverage and bad faith litigation. He also assists insurers in all aspects of coverage disputes, including responses to civil remedy notices of insurer violations, coverage evaluations, and declaratory judgment actions. Mr. Kirschner defends property insurers throughout Florida in first-party coverage matters, where many of the claims involve windstorms, mold, theft, and water losses.
Mr. Kirschner also has experience in handling complex tort litigation, including the defense of personal injury, premises liability, and negligent security claims.
Mr. Kirschner also has unique knowledge of federal Indian law, the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act and the Federal Tort Claims Act, and his experience includes representation of a federally recognized Indian tribe in diverse claims throughout the State of Florida. He assisted in the development of internal business policies and procedures for a federally recognized Indian tribe, formulated a training module for casino security officers and defended claims against a tribal police department and tribal hotels and casinos throughout the State of Florida.
He is a repeat recipient of the “Rising Star” accolade by Super Lawyers magazine.
During law school, Mr. Kirschner served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Robin S. Rosenbaum, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Judge Rosenbaum is Circuit Court Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
Mr. Kirschner is a member of the The Florida Bar and is licensed to practice law before Florida state courts, the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He was raised in Boca Raton, Florida, where he currently resides with his wife and two daughters.
Seminole Tribe of Florida v. Schinneller, 197 So. 3d 1216 (Fla. 4th DCA 2016) – Mr. Kirschner was successful in having the Fourth District Court of Appeals overturn the trial court’s denial of the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Motion to Dismiss based upon tribal sovereign immunity.