Daniel E. Udoff

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Daniel E. Udoff manages the firm’s workers’ compensation practice and handles personal injury matters.  He has advocated on behalf of injured union members, public safety employees, and others for nearly three decades.  Dan has substantial experience with a vast array of work accidents and occupational diseases.  Regardless of whether a claim is minor or catastrophic, Dan believes every worker is entitled to vigorous representation and pursues the maximum benefits for each client.  Workers’ comp claims often involve the negligence of others.  Dan has significant experience handling matters involving third-party components, coordinating such cases to achieve the best results.

Dan has given numerous presentations throughout Maryland to union leaders and members regarding workers’ comp claims, benefits, and procedures.  He believes it is essential to the process that individuals understand their rights, as uncertainties pertaining to medical treatment and financial compensation often accompany on-the-job injuries.  During the pandemic, Dan testified before both the Maryland House of Delegates and Maryland Senate in support of bills aimed to expand workers’ comp protection for first responders and essential employees.

Dan is a lifelong Maryland resident.  After obtaining his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park, he earned his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law.  In his spare time, Dan’s hobbies include martial arts, Baltimore sports teams, frequenting local restaurants, and watching movies with his wife and two sons.