Dan S. Arnold III
“Dan is a fourth generation trial attorney. Two of his great-grandfathers were attorneys, both of Dan’s grandfather’s were attorneys, and his mother is an attorney. ”
- Business Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Auto Accidents
- Labor & Employment Law
1991, Texas; 1993, Florida; U.S. District Court, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
- University of Memphis, J.D.
- Southern Methodist University (final year of law school)
Broward County Bar Association; The Florida Bar; State Bar of Texas.
Graduate of Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology.
Past President, Fort Lauderdale Rotary Club, 2002-2003. Law Clerk to the Hon. Robert B. Maloney, United States District Court Judge, Northern District of Texas. Intern to the Honorable William J. Zloch, United States District Court Judge, Southern District of Florida. Fleming, O’Bryan & Fleming, P.A. 1993-1998. Recipient American Jurisprudence Award, Torts I, Torts II, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Equity, Complex Litigation, and Texas Pretrial Procedure.
Dan is a fourth generation trial attorney. Two of his great-grandfathers were attorneys. One of them, John Buchanan Avery, Sr., was the Chief Judge of the Western District of the Tennessee Court of Appeal. The other was a Mississippi trial attorney in Newton County. Another great-grandfather was clerk of the Circuit Court of Nelson County, Kentucky, for nearly four decades. Both of Dan’s grandfather’s were attorneys. One grandfather was a trial attorney in Alamo, Tennessee, and the other a trial attorney in Bardstown, Kentucky. Working with his mother’s law firm during high school was a big part of Dan’s decision to become an attorney. The help Dan’s mother gave her clients, and the meaningful work she did for them, created a desire in Dan to do the same.