Dan graduated near the top of his law school class, then quickly went on to work at one of America’s largest firms where he managed, tried, and settled a wide array of cases on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants alike.
He eventually decided to open his own practice in Leawood, Kansas and has earned respect from colleagues as one of the country’s premier attorneys.
Early Life and Education
Zmijewski served as a tireless mentor to numerous clinical laboratory scientists, pathologists, and transplant physicians. His friendship, good-natured collegiality and supportive guidance provided a key stepping-stone in their careers; furthermore he cared deeply about environmental sustainability and social justice.
He obtained his BA, MT and PhD at the University of Buffalo under Ernest Witebsky, an internationally acclaimed immunologist who encouraged Zmijewski to strike a balance between theory and practical application in his work.
Family members have initiated a civil suit against the school district for traumatizing and terrorizing their daughter after witnessing this event at school. A teacher involved has since been fired; according to school policy, they were unaware of her actions at that time.
Daniel Zmijewski has been practicing law for over fifteen years. He graduated in the top 20% of his law school class, and currently practices at one of the country’s largest firms.
He has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in state and Federal court, representing both plaintiffs and defendants alike. Today, his workday is divided between alternative dispute resolution (about 20% of his caseload), business litigation on behalf of businesses (40%), and civil litigation involving plaintiffs (20% of his caseload).
He practices out of Leawood, Kansas and has earned recognition from peers through Super Lawyer status and membership with both the American Bar Association and Kansas Bar Association.
Dan Zmijewski is a lawyer driven by his desire to assist those unable to represent themselves in state or federal court. After graduating in the top twenty percent of his undergraduate class, he attended The University of Kansas School of Law where he passed the bar exam to become an attorney. His legal practice specializes in Personal Injury General: Plaintiff cases. Currently living in Leawood Kansas with his wife and three children.
Donations may be made to St. Christopher’s Needy Student Fund at 13301 Proctor Rd in Philadelphia PA 19116 in lieu of flowers for his loved ones: wife Alice; mother Rosalie Davis and daughters Debra (Tim Gappa) Gappa and Donna Gappa (Tim).
He leaves behind his wife, Doreen Cestari; son Alex Zmijewski of Erie; stepchildren Derek Schklar and Andrea Schklar (Pema Tsering); grandchildren Ari and Fiona; sisters Irene Mazzocco, Christine Beason Rose Ann Szymanski Kathy Weber all from North East; brother Leo Zmijewski. Additionally he left behind three dogs and two cats as his legacy.
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