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Daniel Hogan

Since joining Stutman Law in 2002, Daniel Hogan has successfully litigated many six and seven figure property subrogation cases at both the trial and appellate levels.  He has extensive experience investigating and litigating claims involving building fires, collapses, construction defects, product defects and catastrophic flooding events.  Mr. Hogan has also successfully litigated numerous mass tort actions, including mass torts associated with California’s 2007 wildfires and the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion. …

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Since joining Stutman Law in 2002, Daniel Hogan has successfully litigated many six and seven figure property subrogation cases at both the trial and appellate levels.  He has extensive experience investigating and litigating claims involving building fires, collapses, construction defects, product defects and catastrophic flooding events.  Mr. Hogan has also successfully litigated numerous mass tort actions, including mass torts associated with California’s 2007 wildfires and the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion.  Mr. Hogan handles many of the firm’s appellate issues and has argued before the appellate courts in both Pennsylvania and Virginia.

In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Hogan regularly presents seminars for industry groups such as The National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), the Property Loss Research Bureau (PLRB) and the National Property Subrogation ExecuSummit.  He has presented on a wide range of topics including spontaneous combustion fires, loss control, defect trends, sprinkler system failures and commercial kitchen fires.

Prior to joining Stutman Law, Mr. Hogan spent several years as a prosecutor for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office.  In that role, Mr. Hogan obtained extensive trial and appellate experience, successfully litigating thousands of felony criminal cases ranging from attempted murder to racketeering.

Mr. Hogan graduated with honors in 1996 from Philadelphia University, formerly Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. In 1999, he graduated cum laude from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.

Mr. Hogan is admitted to practice law in both the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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Michael J. Hopkins

Prior to joining Stutman Law in 2008, Michael J. Hopkins litigated catastrophic injury and death cases for six years with Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky, P.C., a civil litigation firm that practices primarily in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. During that time period, Mr. Hopkins was instrumental in securing numerous seven and eight figure recoveries on behalf of his clients.…

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Prior to joining Stutman Law in 2008, Michael J. Hopkins litigated catastrophic injury and death cases for six years with Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky, P.C., a civil litigation firm that practices primarily in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. During that time period, Mr. Hopkins was instrumental in securing numerous seven and eight figure recoveries on behalf of his clients. His litigation experience was concentrated in construction accidents, electrical accidents, product liability and liquor liability.

Since joining Stutman Law, Mr. Hopkins has litigated and assisted in litigating numerous complex property subrogation matters.  Such matters include the Riverwalk Apartment Complex Fire in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania which resulted in a multimillion dollar recovery on behalf of the Firm’s clients. Over the course of the past several years, Mr. Hopkins has also litigated numerous spontaneous combustion, commercial kitchen fire suppression and electrical accident cases which have resulted in excess of $1,000,000 in recoveries respectively.  Moreover, since joining the Firm, Mr. Hopkins has handled or assisted in handling cases which have resulted in more than $25,000,000 in recoveries for the Firm’s clients.

Mr. Hopkins graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 1998. Upon graduation, he attended Villanova University School of Law, where he earned his law degree in 2001. While practicing law full-time, Mr. Hopkins earned a LL.M. in trial advocacy from Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law in 2005.  Mr. Hopkins is admitted to practice law in the state courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the State of New Jersey, United States District Court for the State of Colorado,  United States Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

Mr. Hopkins is a member of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP). Mr. Hopkins has presented at various conferences on topics such as trial preparation and proving damages in subrogation cases.

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Nathan R. Hurd

Nathan R. Hurd joined Stutman Law in 2016 where he devotes his practice to property subrogation litigation. Prior to joining the firm Mr. Hurd practiced plaintiff personal injury at Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. where he handled cases involving products liability, pharmaceutical mass torts, government claims, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, traumatic spine injury, and commercial vehicle accidents, among others.…

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Nathan R. Hurd joined Stutman Law in 2016 where he devotes his practice to property subrogation litigation. Prior to joining the firm Mr. Hurd practiced plaintiff personal injury at Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. where he handled cases involving products liability, pharmaceutical mass torts, government claims, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, traumatic spine injury, and commercial vehicle accidents, among others. Mr. Hurd has assisted in the recovery of multiple six and seven figure recoveries for his firm’s clients.

Mr. Hurd graduated from Chapman University School of Law in 2011 on an academic scholarship. While in law school, he received multiple CALI Awards for receiving the top grade in Mediation, Client Interviewing and Counseling, and Bankruptcy. During law school, he worked for the California Board of Equalization and litigated tax appeals as part of the Board of Equalization’s Tax Appeals Assistance Program, which offers legal assistance to low-income tax payers. He also worked for the Department of Justice in the Office of the U.S. Trustee where he helped oversee the administration of bankruptcy cases.

Mr. Hurd is a member of the California bar and is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court‚ Central District of California. He is also a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Riverside County Bar Association, San Bernardino County Bar Association, Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Bar Association.