Dan joined the Army in May of 2000 after finishing his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida (UF). He went to OCS, branched Infantry, and had just finished the field exercise in Florida Phase of Ranger School when the towers fell. He then spent 18 months in Korea, worked at Ranger School, and led a platoon from the 101st Airborne during the ground war. Dan separated from active duty, and in 2005 he began law school at UF, where he met his wife. He worked for six years as a major-case prosecutor for the Office of Florida’s Attorney General, where he focused on building and prosecuting racketeering cases against violent criminal street gangs. He’s now in private practice, focusing on helping people who have suffered serious personal injuries. He enjoys being part of the veterans’ community, spending time with friends and family, and doing pretty much anything in the outdoors.