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Meet Daniel J. Earnshaw

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Attorney Daniel J. Earnshaw has been practicing law in Maryland since 1985. As a Baltimore, MD native and a Harford County resident since 1974, his commitment to serve his local communities makes him a trustworthy partner to represent your legal case.

Legal Experience

Legal Experience

With his background in law, attorney Earnshaw was admitted to practice of law in December 1985. Today, he has extensive trial experience in all types of civil and criminal cases, the majority of which are serious personal injury and wrongful death claims.

With over 25 years experience in law, Attorney Earnshaw practices in the following areas:

 
His experience has led him to practice in all courts within the state of Maryland. In fact, he even has extensive experience practicing before the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission.

Education

Education

Before establishing his practice, attorney Earnshaw attended Harford Community College of Bel Air. He graduated summa cum laude in 1980 with his AA in Political Science.

With a goal to become a legal professional, attorney Earnshaw attended the University of Baltimore College of Liberal Arts, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1982 with Jurisprudence.

In 1985 he graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law.

Attorney Earnshaw was also an active ROTC member with the Army National Guard and was commissioned as a second lieutenant.

Additional Experience & Achievements

  • Maryland Army National Guard, 1979–1986
  • Member of the Maryland State Board of Elections, 1991–1995
  • Received Congressional Citation from Congressman Robert Erlich in 1995 for Meritorious Service on Board

“This was a unique accident because I had two claims out of one accident: one against the driver that hit me and also a worker’s compensation claim.

The other driver claimed I had crossed the center line and caused the accident. But Mr. Earnshaw investigated and researched the law and was able to prove that in fact it was the other driver who crossed the center line. After which, he was able to get the other driver’s insurance company to pay the full policy limits and he got my insurance company to pay me an additional amount under my underinsured motorist coverage which I didn’t even know I had!

The Worker’s Compensation insurer declined coverage arguing that I was not at work at the time of the accident. Due to Mr. Earnshaw’s extensive knowledge of Worker’s Compensation law, we won on that question at the Worker’s Compensation Commission. The insurer appealed and Mr. Earnshaw won again in front of a jury in Baltimore County Circuit Court.”

- G. S., Perry Hall, Maryland