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Daniel P. Kuhn

About Daniel

Before joining Lewis & Lewis, Daniel Kuhn spent years representing many large employers and insurance companies. He now combines that knowledge and experience with his passion for the communities and families of Western New York. If you have been injured, Daniel will take the time to get to know you so he can find an approach that works for your life, not just your case.

Daniel manages the Batavia office of Lewis & Lewis, P.C., and assists with complex matters in both Niagara Falls and Buffalo offices.

After growing up in a Pennsylvania farming community, Daniel moved to Brockport. He lives there with his wife and three children. His family heritage is rooted in union blue-collar workers and skilled trades, including plumbers, miners, mechanics, and nurses.

Daniel is heavily involved in Scouting. He is a former Cubmaster, current Lion Den Leader, and New Member Coordinator, of Cub Scout Pack 316. Daniel is the Chaplain, a Committee Member, and Merit Badge Counselor, for BSA Troop 375. He is a volunteer for Girl Scouts of WNY. From 2017 to 2019, Daniel completed the Wood Badge program, the premier adult leadership training in Scouting.

Daniel’s passion for justice and individual liberties guides his work. Daniel performs pro bono work supporting the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, handling matters throughout NY.

Daniel sits on the Board of Assessment Review for the Town of Sweden, and is a Small Claims Assessment Review Hearing Officer for the 7th and 8th Judicial Districts. He is also an adjunct professor at SUNY Brockport where he teaches courses in Constitutional law and procedure.

In his spare time, Daniel enjoys sailing, camping, classic cars, and PC gaming.

Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice, SUNY College at Brockport, 2005, magna cum laude
Juris Doctor: SUNY at Buffalo, 2008, cum laude

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