A trial attorney, she also co-hosts “Single on a Saturday Night” (10:30 p.m. Wednesdays on Comcast 66, Verizon 29). Who’s this West Philly single’s ideal guy? “I’m not saying that I’m looking for Denzel, but I’m not looking for the Hobbit, either. I don’t even have a height requirement. Because a short man who approaches all of this has the kind of confidence and security that make him 7 feet tall.”
Danyl S. Patterson, Esquire is an example of a child raised by a village. As an attorney she has dedicated her legal career to providing legal assistance to individuals and communities typically overlooked and abused by in place systems.
Attorney Patterson received her Bachelor’s Degree from LaSalle University, with high honors, and went on to earn her Juris Doctor at Villanova University School of law. Always having a thirst for knowledge and a drive to be the best in her field, Ms. Patterson sought and received an LL.M. (Legal Masters) from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University in Advanced Trial Advocacy, where she joined the select ranks of less than 10,000 attorneys in the nation to have achieved such a degree.
Ms. Patterson works primarily in the field of personal injury, with a focus on catastrophic loss cases, to include, medical malpractice, products liability and design defect cases. However, because of the special concerns of many who have been the most grievously burdened by the system, she developed expertise in family law, estate law, and real estate law, as she believes in servicing the client holistically, so that the resolution of one issue doesn’t mean the resurgence of another.
Personally, Ms. Patterson has shown a commitment to the communities that raised her, and she has donated countless hours to community development and civic projects to include, urban planning and development, serving on local school committees, working to assess and address urban blight, and to improve our educational prospects for Philadelphia students. Similarly, Ms. Patterson serves on various non-profit boards of directors to maintain resources directed at children, seniors, business development and community. Those boards are Haddington-Cobbs Creek CDC, ACHIEVEability and most recently, Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children (DVAEYC).
Ms. Patterson’s commitment to continuing to grow a thriving inner-city business community has lead to partnerships with local churches, civic organizations and businesses and she maintains a thriving small business law legal practice, which includes identification and creation of applicable legal entities (corporations, limited liability corporations and partnerships), grant-writing services, and working on capital campaigns to raise money for business ventures, and resolution of IRS issues for small business.
In 2006, Ms. Patterson founded the Patterson Law Firm, LLC, a general practice law firm that focuses on personal injury and small business development, while assisting clients with personal legal needs. Although, Ms. Patterson has tried numerous cases to verdict, and received substantial seven-figure verdicts for her clients, she still believes that even the smallest cases deserve Five-Star treatment, such that every client is the most important client, and every case is her firm’s biggest case.
If you would like to contact Ms. Patterson to discuss potential representation, please call (215) 472-1833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org