Los Angeles, California
LA Personal Injury Attorney Daniel J. Reeves

Daniel J. Reeves

Attorney

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Education

  • Loyola Law School in 2016, Juris Doctorate

Daniel J. Reeves has recovered tens of millions of dollars for his clients.  He joined M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers in 2015 while studying at Loyola Law School.  In 2016, Mr. Reeves passed the California Bar Exam on his first attempt, and thereafter became a full-time Los Angeles injury attorney at M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers.

Mr. Reeves’ interest in helping those who have been injured or killed by another party’s negligence stems from a personal experience.  Shortly before starting law school, Mr. Reeves was a victim of a severe hit-and-run accident in which his car flipped over and crashed into a building.  

Mr. Reeves remembers the pain, confusion, and stress that this catastrophic event caused in his life, and he takes pride in knowing that he can now use his legal knowledge to represent those who have been victimized by another party’s negligent and wrongful conduct, as he once was.

Mr. Reeves received his undergraduate degree in Legal Studies from The University of California, Santa Cruz in 2012.  He then earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in 2016.  While in law school, Mr. Reeves was accepted into the prestigious William G. Hobbs Trial Advocacy Program, where he learned how to conduct every aspect of a jury trial. 

Mr. Reeves then put this knowledge to use by litigating felony preliminary hearings and arguing motions on behalf of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.  Mr. Reeves was also a member of the Project for the Innocent Clinic during law school, where he investigated claims from inmates across California jails claiming to be wrongfully convicted.

Mr. Reeves was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley.  Mr. Reeves spends time on the weekends volunteering with Christian Legal Aid, a non-profit organization that provides legal services to veterans, the elderly, homeless families, victims of domestic violence and refugees. 

He can also be found playing fetch with his pet corgi Carl, spending time with family and friends, or shanking shots on the golf course.