Daniel Schneiderman was born and raised in Sacramento, California. After graduating from Jesuit High School he attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he worked as an intern for the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office and Attorney General’s Office for the District of Columbia. He would later graduate magna cum laude with honors with a major in political science and a minor in history.
Mr. Schneiderman earned his Juris Doctor at the King Hall School of Law at the University of California, Davis. There he earned a position on King Hall’s Trial Practice Honors Board while working as a law clerk for the personal injury law firm Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora LLP. He would later work as a certified legal assistant for the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office before being sworn in as a Deputy District Attorney in 2013.
As a Deputy District Attorney, Mr. Schneiderman prosecuted criminal cases to jury trial while managing a rotating caseload of over 50 misdemeanor complaints. He eventually returned to Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora LLP as an attorney, where he maintained and litigated 60 to 80 personal injury cases at a time as both 1st and 2nd chair in California state and federal courts. These matters included numerous complex, high-stakes personal injury cases, many of which resulted in six to eight figure trial verdicts, arbitration awards, and settlements. Mr. Schneiderman continues to grow his practice, using his wealth of litigation and trial experience to represent and advise plaintiffs who have been wronged in personal injury disputes through mediation, arbitration or trial in both state and federal court.
For his work, Mr. Schneiderman has been rated by Super Lawyers magazine as being in the top 2.5% of attorneys under 40 years old, receiving the Rising Stars Award for his performance in civil litigation and personal injury in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. Mr. Schneiderman has and continues to work towards providing his clients with an open and transparent attorney-client relationship, an effort that has earned him a “5 out of 5” star average client review and rating of "10/10" on the attorney review website Avvo.com.
When Mr. Schneiderman is not working you can usually find him trying to get to the beach for a surf, hanging out with his wife Vicki and three pets, or laying in his hammock in the backyard. He continues to strive to offer the best possible representation in the field of personal injury throughout the San Diego, California, and federal court systems.