Dan Stratemeyer received his undergraduate degree in finance from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1989, graduating Magna Cum Laude. At the age of 23, Dan earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Illinois College of Law in 1992.
After law school, Dan worked 11 years for a law firm that concentrated its practice in the area of insurance defense. Dan began working for Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC in 2004, and his background in insurance defense provides him with a unique perspective on how to successfully pursue claims on behalf of his clients.
Dan concentrates his practice in the areas of motor vehicle accidents, workers’ compensation, product liability and premises liability.
Dan spends most of his time outside the office with his two sons, Henry and Harry, and his wife Whitni, who is the Director of Christian Education at First Presbyterian Church in Paducah. He is also a serious movie buff, and is a force to be reckoned with at every trivia night.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is dedicated to providing high quality, aggressive legal representation to victims of personal injury and wrongful death. Since 1984, this firm and its predecessors have had one goal in mind – to help the victims of personal injury put the pieces of their lives back together.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is a Personal Injury Law Firm located in Paducah, KY and serves clients throughout Kentucky and Illinois.
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