Daniel T. Mistler represents plaintiffs in litigation regarding auto accident personal injuries; residential real estate closing issues; consumer protection issues; small business litigation; insurance policy disputes, and other general civil litigation. Prior to practicing law he worked as a claims adjuster for three major auto insurance carriers and served as Alabama claims manager for Nationwide Insurance Company.
In addition to litigation, Dan represented a local housing authority for 15 years and has provided assistance to indigent tenants on a pro bono basis. As a child, Dan lived in low-income public housing, and has been honored by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development as a "Hero of Public Housing" as a role model to the children of public housing in Kentucky.
Dan represented the Trustees of The Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, Inc. and concluded a major litigation case which resulted in a settlement in favor of the church in excess of $20 million.Dan currently serves as President of the Board of Trustees of the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky where he, his brother and three sisters resided in the mid-1940's when it served as an orphanage. The Children's Home now serves abused, neglected and at-risk children through its residential treatment program and intensive In-home services.
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J.D., Salmon P. Chase College of Law (1981)B.B.A., University of Cincinnati (1966)
President of the Board of Trustees, Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky
Board of Directors, Action Ministries, Inc., Food Bank/Food Pantry
Board of Directors, Ida Spence United Methodist Mission (Past)
Board of Directors, United Methodist Church; Covington, Kentucky District (Past)
Board of Directors, Rosedale Manor Nursing Home (Past)City Councilman, Taylor Mill, Kentucky (Past)