Daniel P. Bishop
Daniel P. Bishop is an associate attorney with the firm of Pavano Dombrowski, practicing primarily in Workers’ Compensation cases and representing injured workers at every stage of their case. Prior to joining Pavano Dombrowski, Attorney Bishop exclusively represented injured claimants/plaintiffs in private practice. Attorney Bishop has dedicated his practice entirely to helping those with any type of injury in any and all employment settings. He is a zealous advocate with the experience necessary to achieve top results in any claim. He prides himself on top notch communication, attention to detail, and down to earth representation that helps him build great working relationships with clients and other attorneys.
Attorney Bishop received his Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.
While in law school, Attorney Bishop spent extensive time in the courtroom gaining first-hand advocacy experience and also being able to observe experienced practitioners on a daily basis. Among these experiences was working for Chief Magistrate Judge Jennifer C. Boal of the U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts, the Major Crimes Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston, a private firm practicing in criminal law and civil litigation, and the Litigation, Government Investigations, and Labor & Employment team for Staples, Inc. in Framingham, MA. In addition, Attorney Bishop was a senior staff member of the Northeastern University Law Journal and participated in the Uvaldo Herrera National Moot Court Competition. Upon graduating law school and before entering practice as a workers’ compensation attorney, Attorney Bishop clerked for the Honorable Judge (and former Workers’ Compensation Commissioner) Angelo dos Santos and the Honorable Judge Edward Graziani.
Outside the practice of law, he enjoys volunteering at Our Companions, a local animal sanctuary for abandoned and abused dogs and cats, as well as fundraising and volunteering for a number of other charities. He is a member of the Connecticut Valley chapter of Business Network International, where he meets with business owners and professionals from all different professions to share how he can help others through his profession and to network with other professionals to be able to offer his clients top resources for solutions to problems that come up outside the law in everyday life. Attorney Bishop was published as the lead article in the Summer 2017 edition of Compensation Quarterly, titled “It’s All Fun and Games until Someone Gets Hurt: College Athletics and Workers’ Compensation” and a presenting panelist at the Civil Justice Foundation CLE Seminar entitled “Breaking Down Complex Workers’ Compensation Issues”.