Matt Danielson has been trying cases since 1993. After receiving a commission in the National Guard, Matt became a police officer with the Chesterfield County Police Department. It was the police department that gave Matt his first real contact with the law. In 1990 he left the police department to go to law school. Upon graduation he accepted a position as a prosecutor with the Newport News Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor Matt tried thousands of cases. He eventually became the Chief Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney, putting him in charge of all trial teams in the office. In 2003, Matt joined Tom McGrath’s firm, allowing him to combine his enthusiasm for the law with his passion for motorcycles. Matt has successfully represented clients in cases ranging from simple property damage claims to complex multi-million dollar personal injury claims. In addition to being a partner in the firm, Matt serves as a lobbyist and works with motorcycle rights organizations throughout the country.
Matt is a graduate of Ferrum College and George Mason University. He received his Law Degree from the University of Dayton School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. Matt often lectures throughout the country with regard to laws affecting motorcyclists and is an adjunct professor with Saint Leo University.
If you would like to contact Matt, you may do so via telephone at 1-800-321-8968 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.