REPRESENTING INSURERS IN COMPLEX THIRD-PARTY LIABILITY & COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DISPUTES
Daniel Rhim is a seasoned litigator whose practice consists of representing insurers in complex third-party liability and commercial property disputes. Daniel has a demonstrated courtroom experience formerly as a felony prosecutor in domestic violence of the special victims unit and a wide array of other crimes in Arizona. Having tried numerous jury trials and bench trials as lead counsel and hundreds of trial court hearings and appellate arguments on issues such as sex assault, homicide, intentional tort, wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, and fraud, Daniel successfully advises clients on the risks and potential outcomes of litigated cases at trial. As a proven trial attorney, Daniel adopts an investigative approach when analyzing complex cases and negotiating in high-stakes liability suits.
Admitted to practice in both Washington and Arizona, Daniel has successfully handled a variety of complex insurance coverage/bad faith, construction defect, and personal injury cases in sound resolutions. Daniel also advises clients on criminally-related third-party liability disputes to obtain favorable judgments.
- Arizona, 2019
- Washington, 2021
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington, 2022
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, 2022
- University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law – J.D., 2017
University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom – LL.B., 2015
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada – B.A. (Political Science, with Honors), 2012
USING MUSIC TO SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Outside of the courtroom, Daniel has a passion for writing and publishing songs. Most notably, Daniel has published a song with a Nashville-based Christian and country record label that the churches sing. In addition, Daniel collaborates with local musicians to perform in churches, prisons, halfway houses, and homeless shelters and educates people on domestic violence and the criminal justice system.