Danielle Kuck is the managing partner of WSHB's Ventura County office. Widely sought after for her savvy litigation prowess in complex commercial and civil litigation, Danielle brings to each matter a thoughtful resolution strategy curated for strategic advantage and results. Her diverse practice focuses on transportation matters, aviation litigation, catastrophic injury, products liability, property damage, labor and employment, and construction. Danielle handles all aspects of civil litigation for individuals, corporations, trucking companies, fixed route bus providers, and public entities. She is an experienced litigator and negotiator who consistently obtains favorable results for firm clients, including successful mediation and/or settlements and motions for summary judgment. She has extensive experience handling matters in both federal and state court.
Danielle obtained her Juris Doctor from Southwestern School of Law, where she graduated summa cum laude. While in law school, Danielle served on the executive board of the Southwestern Law Review as a Note and Comment Editor. She was also a member of the Southwestern Trial Advocacy Honors Program. Danielle received her Bachelor's degree in Political Science, with an emphasis in Public Service, from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
A Ventura County native, Danielle grew up in Camarillo and currently resides in Thousand Oaks with her husband and son.
- Southwestern Law School (J.D., 2013, summa cum laude)
- University of California, Santa Barbara (B.A., 2009)
Licensed to Practice in
- Newsroom, 1.16.20
- Newsroom, 1.10.19