- Personal Injury
Attorney Daniel J. Harris is a respected Michigan attorney whose glowing reputation throughout the state has made him a coveted representative for a number of clients. As an undergraduate, he focused his efforts on learning more about philosophy and communication, which he has since used to help him succeed in winning millions for various clients across his long career. After going back to Northern Michigan to focus his law career and open his own practice, he began specializing in personal injury and criminal defense cases. His passion and out-of-the-box thinking is what has allowed him to operate so successfully for so many years; that and his avid dedication to spending countless strenuous hours reviewing case after case. On his own, attorney Daniel J. Harris is a remarkable individual with exceptional motivations and a vast understanding of several diverse fields of law, but as a member of Aiello Law Group, he is able to be a part of something even bigger and reach even more people in need with his skills.
Attorney Daniel J. Harris’s outstanding legal capabilities are what make him an invaluable asset to the Aiello Law Group. With over twenty years of his life focused on helping others, it’s easy to trust the advice and recommendations provided by attorney Daniel J. Harris, and the rest of the legal team at Aiello Law Group. His precise concentration and level-headedness help him approach every case with fierce intensity, confident that his case has the strongest possible foundation.
- Was an Undergraduate at Grand Valley State University (GVSU)
- Was Elected to Moot Court and Trial Team at Michigan State University
- Graduated Cum Laude (2000)
- Began his practice in Northern Michigan (2000)
- Became President of the Emmet-Charlevoix Bar Association
- Became a member of the Michigan Association for Justice
- Was honored as a guest speaker at the Michigan Trial Lawyers annual conference. The topic of the event was “How to Obtain a Jury Verdict in a Premises Liability Case”
- Had two separate jury verdicts upheld by the Michigan Supreme Court (2015)