CROWN POINT, IN – Reminger Co., LPA is pleased to announce the addition of Daniel J. Curtin to our Northwest Indiana office.

Daniel focuses his practice on a variety of areas including medical malpractice defense, long-term care defense, and general liability defense. Daniel also has experience with trucking defense and employment practices liability.  Daniel joined Reminger as a law clerk in 2017, where he gained invaluable experience in all aspects of litigation, including pleadings, motion practice, discovery, and trial preparation.

Daniel earned his Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2019, where he graduated second in his class with top honors, summa cum laude. From 2018-2019, Daniel participated in the general civil section of the Valparaiso University Legal Clinic, where he was temporarily admitted to practice under supervision as a Student Legal Intern. Daniel represented clients in a variety of civil matters, which allowed him to participate in client meetings, settlement negotiations, and court hearings. Daniel also served as Executive Articles Editor of the Valparaiso University Law Review.

Please join us in welcoming Daniel to Reminger.

Daniel can be contacted by emailing or by calling 219.484.2869

About Reminger, Attorneys at Law: Reminger Co., L.P.A. is a full-service law firm with fourteen offices throughout the Midwest: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, Sandusky, Toledo, Fort Mitchell, Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Northwest Indiana and Evansville. With more than 150 attorneys collectively, Reminger's practice areas include all aspects of litigation, along with corporate, tax, real estate and probate matters. Our fundamental objective in all the legal services we provide is to obtain the best possible results for our clients in the most practical and efficient manner possible. For more information, visit Reminger at

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