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Dane P. Gilliam

Trial Lawyer

Dane P. Gilliam is a trial attorney at Bentley More LLP whose practice focuses on catastrophic workers’ compensation claims. Born and raised in Santa Cruz County, Dane attended University of California, Santa Cruz, where he earned his B.A. in Legal Studies. He was a captain on the NCAA Men’s Volleyball team and was honored as an All-American. While at University of La Verne, he was part of the JD/MBA dual degree program and earned both degrees.

Dane began his legal career in 2008 practicing insurance defense, motor vehicle accidents, pharmacy malpractice, and premises liability claims. He has been practicing exclusively in workers’ compensation law since 2010. Dane became a plaintiff attorney in 2019. In the last three years, Dane has tried over 20 workers’ compensation cases on issues involving 100% disability, permanent disability, inpatient care, home health care, transportation, medical/legal disputes, petitions for credit, and various other issues.

Areas Of Practice

  • Catastrophic Workers’ Compensation

Education

University of Laverne, College of Business and Public Management

  • M.B.A. in management, 2010

University of Laverne, College of Law

  • J.D. Degree, 2008

University of California, Santa Cruz

  • B.A. Degree in Legal Studies, 2005
  • Honors: AVCA All-American in NCAA Men’s Volleyball

Speaking Engagements

  • How to Navigate the AME/QME Process, CAAA Fall Seminar, September 11, 2021
  • The Unconventional Path to 100% Disability, TBI Med-Legal Seminar, September 25, 2021
  • How the World of MPNs are Changing, CAAA Winter Seminar, January 23, 2022
  • A Users Guide to Medical Malpractice/ Workers’ Compensation Crossover Cases, CAAA OC Chapter, February 23, 2022
  • Understanding IMR Appeals, CAAA OC Chapter, March 30, 2022