Danielle is an associate in the Orlando office of Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP. Her primary focus within the firm is handling construction defect claims and construction litigation matters.
Danielle grew up in North Pole, Alaska. She relocated to Florida as a teenager where she attended Northwest Florida State College’s Collegiate High School and obtained her Associate’s degree prior to earning her High School Diploma. Danielle went on to attend the University of Central Florida where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies. After graduation she worked as a paralegal in a full-service law firm with offices throughout the state of Florida. And prior to attending law school, she lived in Germany for a year where she gained invaluable experience traveling Europe and Africa.
She then went on to pursue her law degree at Florida A&M Law School. During this time, Danielle was a member of FAMU College of Law’s client counseling team for two consecutive years. She also interned for the Oscoela County Courthouse, where she obtained the necessary skills to earn a certificate in mediation from the Florida Supreme Court.
Outside of work, Danielle enjoys cooking, reading, gardening, and traveling. She has visited over 30 countries with plans to hopefully visit more soon. Danielle enjoys immersing herself in different cultures by learning languages, customs, and most importantly food.