Daniel McGee

For more than 20 years, Daniel McGee has achieved phenomenal success in litigation and trial of personal injury matters involving serious injury and complex litigation. He achieved a $3.3 million dollar verdict in Rancho Cucamonga in a products liability case. He achieved a $4,000,000 settlement (on the 5 th day of trial) of an automobile rollover case involving traumatic amputation of part of a hand.

Since 2003, Mr. McGee has been in partnership with his wife Catherine Lerer, who also specializes in the representation of seriously injured victims. Both Daniel McGee and his partner are experienced litigators and trial attorneys. Together they have arbitrated, mediated and tried hundreds of cases and successfully settled more than a thousand cases. With their vast experience, litigation skills and attention to detail, Catherine Lerer and Daniel McGee consistently achieve outstanding results for injury victims.

Prior to starting his own law firm in 2001, Daniel McGee spent 16 years working at one of California's leading personal injury law firms. While there, he served as law firm manager, associate attorney, and partner. During his many years with the law firm, the firm achieved outstanding success with more than $100,000,000 in verdicts and settlements, including the largest verdict (over $25,000,000) in U.S. history against a police department.

In addition, Mr. McGee was intimately involved in numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements involving products liability cases against auto manufacturers. He litigated several multi-party toxic tort cases and numerous spinal cord and brain injury cases. As a result of his multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements, Attorney McGee is a lifetime member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum .

Mr. McGee is a member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of California and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. He has been a featured speaker at the annual Consumer Attorneys Las Vegas convention. He is licensed to practice in state and federal courts. He received his B.S in engineering from USC and attended Whittier College School of Law.