Danielle Ciraola, an associate with the firm, has over five years experience in civil litigation. She handles a diverse caseload representing the victims of motor vehicle, premises, and slip and fall incidents. Danielle began her legal career representing property owners in the New York City courts across all five boroughs. This early experience provided her with a deep understanding of City and State procedures and a thorough understanding of the unsafe conditions tenants face.

A zealous advocate, Danielle has presented and argued numerous cases before the New York Supreme Courts. She is dedicated to guiding her clients through the complexities of the legal process, ensuring they receive the best possible representation.

Danielle graduated cum laude from Arizona State University. She earned her Juris Doctor from Albany Law School. Danielle is a strong supporter of our community—she is a past Vice President and a Board member of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, an officer of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association Foundation, and she designs and teaches small group and individual courses for law school graduates preparing for the bar exam. Danielle also supports the American Cancer Society, Read Across America, and the Safe Homes Project of Brooklyn, which assists women and children impacted by domestic violence and homelessness.