“It is an incredibly rewarding experience to stand up for what’s right and be the voice for those who have been harmed.” This was the response from our newest associate, Daniel Jensen, when asked to reflect on his former career as a prosecutor with the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office. Our firm hired Daniel Jensen in late 2017, after he gained valuable experience trying over 65 cases as a prosecutor.
Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, and Fronrath prides itself on being advocates for our clients and having trial attorneys who will take cases to trial. Not all law firms have the experience and willingness to take cases to trial. As a young, up and coming attorney with our office, Daniel brings plenty of trial experience and is a great example of how our firm treats its clients and fights for them in the courtroom.
Daniel is a Palm Beach County native who grew up in Wellington and graduated from Wellington High School. Daniel attended Florida State University for his undergraduate degree. He then moved on to the University of Florida for law school where he met his wife Kaitlin.After graduating law school, Daniel jumped at the opportunity to become a prosecutor with the State Attorney’s Office in Palm Beach County and give back to the community where he was born and raised.
As a prosecutor, he was immediately in court trying cases and getting results for victims. Our firm is fortunate to have Daniel, as he embodies the strong ties to the community that our firm believes in. He and his wife are actively involved in the community and both are members of the Palm Beach County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section. Daniel is also an active member of the Florida Justice Association, Palm Beach County Justice Association, and American Association of Justice. In addition, Daniel takes part in community service projects and plans charity events in our area as a member of Palm Beach County’s local Kiwanis Internationalclub.
As an associate with our firm, Dan continues to work with and help the people of Florida. While working for the State Attorney’s Office Daniel gain edin valuable experience, but what impacted him most was how his role as a prosecutor could truly impact someone’s life for the better. As a prosecutor, Daniel had the opportunity and privilege to protect those without a voice and make a difference in their lives. He continues this mission as an associate with our firm and has already fought for victims in the courtroom in his first few monthshere. We have no doubt that he will continue to advocate and fight for victims as a trial attorney with Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, and Fronrath.