Daniel Loewy moved to Littleton from Portland, OR as a child and despite working and studying around the country and the world, has ever since called Denver his home. Dan attended Chapman University in Southern California, graduating with a B.A. in Public Relations and Advertising in 2011. After graduating, Dan returned to Colorado and obtained his certification to teach English as a foreign language. In 2012, he traveled to southern Chile to teach schoolchildren at a public school.
After returning from Chile, Dan worked some odd jobs around town, but was not fully satisfied and felt he could make a larger difference in the community by training to become a lawyer. He attended Washington University School of Law in Saint Louis, Missouri, where he was an executive member of the school’s Energy and Environmental Law Society, as well as working as a Senior Editor for the Washington University Jurisprudence Review—the only exclusively student-run legal journal in the country. Dan was a summer law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado and the Colorado Attorney General, where he gained a greater understanding of the value of public service—a principle that he carries to his personal injury practice. Dan earned his Juris Doctor degree in May 2017, and subsequently worked in consumer protection law for a local nonprofit firm in Denver.
Dan is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado, and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. Outside the office, Dan can be found riding his motorcycle, spending time with his loved ones (including his dog, Jesse), and exploring Denver in search of its very best macaroni and cheese.