Daniel H. Streckert joined Goldberg Weisman Cairo in 1979 and has represented hundreds of clients for all types of serious personal injury cases. As a partner for the past 20 years, he has focused his practice on the development and litigation of catastrophic construction injury and death cases representing victims and their families. Daniel has prosecuted and tried numerous multi-party negligence, products liability and industrial injury cases. Daniel takes a personal approach with each of his clients. He develops each case taking into account how an injury impacts an individual physically, vocationally, financially and socially. As a result of Dans's aggressive preparation of his cases he is able to reach a settlement for most of his clients before trial. In addition to and in conjunction with his experience handling catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims, Daniel is also experienced in the following areas of law: products liability, maritime litigation, Jones Act cases, federal court claims, civil rights actions, bad faith litigation, dram shop actions, retaliatory discharge claims, medical malpractice, professional negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, dog bite and animal attack, loss of consortium claims, FELA litigation, trucking accidents, car accidents and common carrier claims.