Daniel Wasserberg, Esq.
Associate, Asbestos Litigation
Fax: (212) 344-5461
Education: Indiana University School of Law (2003); Indiana University (undergraduate)
Bar Admissions: State of Texas; State of New York; U.S. District Court (Southern, Eastern New York)
Memberships: American Association for Justice; Texas Trial Lawyers Assn.’ New York State Trial Lawyers Assn.
Reported cases: Dennis Woodard v. Alfa Laval Inc., Los Angeles Co., Calif., Super. Ct., BC 387774, 2/2/2009
Daniel Wasserberg, Esq., a 2013 New York metropolitan area “Super Lawyer Rising Star,” is an associate attorney in our Asbestos Litigation group. He often represents plumbers, pipe fitters, steam fitters, boiler makers, insulators, mechanics, carpenters, steelworkers, shipyard workers, U.S. Navy veterans and others who made a living with their hands but in the course of things came into contact with microscopic fibers of asbestos shed from the products they made or used (those fibers eventually found their way into the lungs of the workers – and, in some cases, the lungs of their spouses and children – with the result being an asbestos disease such as mesothelioma, lung cancer or asbestosis). Prior to joining Weitz & Luxenberg, Mr. Wasserberg was with the Houston law firm Williams Kherkher, where he served as counsel to individuals and families harmed by asbestos exposure or occupational accidents. Mr. Wasserberg, originally from Houston, belongs to the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn., New York State Trial Lawyers Assn., and American Association for Justice. In 2004, he was admitted to practice in Texas. In 2010, his practice privileges were extended to New York. Most recently, he was admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court in its Southern and Eastern New York districts. Mr. Wasserberg is the holder of a juris doctor degree received in 2003 from Indiana University School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree obtained in 2000 from Indiana University.
“When I became a lawyer, I did so because I was motivated to assist victims of injustice by fighting corporate entities that value profit over the public’s health and welfare. Even now, I remain firmly focused on helping people in their darkest hour, when the company that injured them is impassive and indifferent to the damage it has done.” – Daniel Wasserberg, Esq.
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