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Daniel T. Ryan



Daniel T. Ryan sees each client as a person to be helped — not just another case. He started practicing law in 1991 and has dedicated his career to advocating for the rights of injured people. 

As a diplomatic negotiator and fierce litigator, Daniel has secured multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for clients who have been gravely injured by the negligence of others.



For Clients








Million $+


Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Product liability
  • Wrongful Death
  • Trucking accidents
Bar Admissions
  • Missouri, 1991
  • Federal Bar, Eastern District of Missouri, 1991
Honors and Awards
  • President, Lawyers Association of St. Louis


  • “Challenging Medicare Subrogation Claims, Taking on An 800-Pound Gorilla,” Missouri Lawyers Weekly


  • Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri
    • J.D. (1991)
    • B.A., history (1980)

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys Bike Helmet Giveaway
  • Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys Coat Donation
  • Various private clients

Professional Associations

  • Board of Governors of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
  • American Association of Justice
  • Bar Association of St. Louis
  • Missouri Bar Association
  • Lawyers Association of St. Louis (current member and former president)

Past Positions

  • Law Office of Daniel T. Ryan, 2012–2024
  • Bollwerk & Ryan, partner, 2003–2012
  • Casey & Meyerkord, attorney, 1991–2003

Current Employment Position

  • Attorney

Notable Cases

  • $9.3 million settlement for a chemical exposure causing permanent disability
  • $5 million dollar settlement for a vehicle gas tank products liability case
  • $2.5 million verdict in a police chase case
  • $935k verdict for a construction accident case with a $250k consortium — the largest in Missouri history at the time
  • $1.35 settlement for a needlestick injury caused by two products
  • $644k settlement for a fatal elevator accident
  • $1 million verdict for franchise fraud
  • $1.5 million settlement for medical malpractice (failure to diagnose breast cancer)
  • $1.5 million settlement for trucking underride case