Daniel R. Del Rio

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Areas of Practice 1) Personal Injury, 2) Wrongful Death, 3) Products Liability, 4) Slip and Fall, 5) Automobile Accidents and Injuries, 6) Motorcycle Accidents, 7) Bicycle Accidents, 8) Dog Bites, 9) Construction Accidents, 10) Falling Merchandise and 11) Public Entity Liability
Law School Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Admitted Year 2005
Education San Jose State University (B.S., 2002)
Most recent firm Dreyer Babich Buccola Callaham & Wood, LLP
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