Daniel J. Myers, Esq.
Attorney Daniel Myers is the founding member of Myers Law, LLC. As an attorney, Dan has successfully represented homeowners, consumers, small businesses, and large corporations in a variety of legal matters, handling everything from small $25 billing errors to multi-million-dollar class actions. Dan regularly represents consumers and employees in civil lawsuits and disputes across Ohio, taking on causes and cases against unscrupulous contractors and bad businesses.
Dan focuses his attention on representing homeowners against bad residential contractors, employees with minimum wage and overtime pay concerns, and property owners as well as commercial contractors in construction defect cases. Dan knows how to use Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act (CSPA) and Home Solicitation Sales Act (HSSA) to advocate for his clients. He has written advice articles for consumers, homeowners, contractors, and other lawyers. He has published in the Ohio Association for Justice Trial Magazine, and frequently gives advice at seminars and workshops to Ohio consumers.
Dan has written briefs for the American Subcontractors Association and American Subcontractors Association of Ohio in numerous critical appellate court cases in Ohio. These cases could have huge effects on Ohio’s construction companies and the tens of thousands of Ohioans employed in that industry.
Dan has successfully represented homeowners across Ohio against unscrupulous construction contractors. He is especially concerned with home improvement and construction disputes, as well as hospital and medical billing error disputes. Dan also represents employees who are robbed of their minimum wage, overtime, or employment benefits. The son of a Toledo-area union bricklayer and community/family advocate, Dan learned the value of hard work, honesty, and loyalty from an early age. At St. John’s Jesuit High School, Dan was taught by the Jesuits to be a man for others and to be a leader for others. Throughout his life, Dan has diligently and tirelessly fought for justice and equity, standing on the side of people who have been robbed, wronged, and defrauded. He brings that same dedication to his work as an attorney.
After graduating from Case Western Reserve University, Dan attended law school at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. While in law school, Dan served as the Submissions Editor for the Cleveland State Law Review and represented clients in the Employment Law Clinic. After working part-time throughout school and actively involving himself in the community, Dan graduated in the top 5% of his class.
Dan regularly conducts seminars and workshops for businesses, consumers, and other attorneys on employment law, consumer law, and construction law topics.
Dan is also a member of the Ohio Association for Justice and many local and state bar associations, including the Ohio State Bar Association, West Shore Bar Association, and Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.
During his free time, Daniel volunteers with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, is a board trustee on the Cleveland-Marshall Alumni Association, and is an active member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee where he volunteers his time to protect consumers from illegal acts of non-lawyers. He also spends time biking, kayaking, and hiking with his wife, Ashley, his son, William, and his husky, Loki.