Daniel P. Rosner is an Associate in the insurance defense practice group. Mr. Rosner’s practice primarily consists of defending individuals and businesses in construction accident cases, premises liability, products liability, dog bites, and other personal injury litigation. His practice also consists of property damage litigation arising out of fires, roof collapses, and other building conditions. He frequently litigates breach of contract and bad faith actions, has investigated insurance fraud, and has been involved in Declaratory Judgment Actions relating to insurance disputes.
Mr. Rosner also maintains a multi-jurisdictional insurance coverage practice, wherein he advises insurance carriers about property damage and bodily injury claims against homeowners and businesses across the country. Most recently, Mr. Rosner helped spearhead his clients’ response to claims arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dan is also well-versed in the area of risk transfer disputes based on additional insured status and contractual indemnification.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Rosner had a distinguished academic career, graduating cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh and magna cum laude from the Drexel Kline School of Law, where he was an Associate Editor of the Drexel Law Review. As a member of that publication, Mr. Rosner authored a Note entitled In Guns We Entrust, 11 Drexel L. Review 421 (2018), in which he scrutinized a federal statute that generally immunizes the gun industry from civil tort liability. In recognition of his scholarship, Mr. Rosner received the Emalee G. Welsh Award given annually to the Best Student-Written Publication.
Mr. Rosner also used his legal education to give back to the local community by advocating for domestic violence survivors seeking Protection from Abuse Orders, representing indigent Philadelphians obtain or retain custody of their children in family court, and teaching constitutional law to local high school students in Philadelphia.
Prior to law school, Dan spent two years working as a legal assistant/clerk for a prominent plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Philadelphia, where he assisted at every stage of medical malpractice litigation. Mr. Rosner draws on this experience in evaluating claims and preparing a defense strategy for his current clients.
Daniel P. Rosner, Esquire