Danielle has specialized in Workers' Compensation for her entire career. Danielle has a clear understanding of the issues facing people injured on the job and the experience and ability to help her clients resolve them. Danielle joined SiebenCarey in 2014, she has been practicing law in Minnesota for twelve years.
Prior to joining SiebenCarey, Danielle worked for Lynn, Scharfenberg & Hollick for eight years defending workers' compensation claims for SFM Mutual Insurance Company. In this capacity, she gained a breadth of knowledge, not only about workers' compensation law, but about the claims handling process and how decisions are made by insurance companies.
Danielle is a member of the Minnesota Association for Justice, American Bar Association, Minnesota State Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, American Inns of Court, Douglas K. Amdahl Chapter and is co-chair of the Hennepin County Bar Association Workers' Compensation section. She has successfully argued appellate cases at several levels, including before the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Danielle is a Minnesota native growing up in Rochester, where she excelled in team sports resulting in two State Championships. Danielle graduated from University of Wisconsin Madison with a Bachelor of Science in International Relations and History.
She worked in Washington D.C. for the National Academy of Sciences coordinating and implementing a USAID grant which funded joint research by Arab and Israeli scientists in the Middle East.
Danielle studied law at William Mitchell School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. In law school she was active in Mock Trial competition, competing nationally placing among the top award winners. After graduation, she worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable William H. Leary, III in Ramsey County District Court. While a clerk, she aided the Judge in civil, criminal and civil commitment assignments.
In her spare time Danielle enjoys competitive swimming, reading and traveling with family and friends.