Attorney Dana Roberts is a personal injury civil trial lawyer and a founding partner of Knapp & Roberts in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is licensed to practice law in Arizona and Missouri.
Mrs. Roberts focuses her law practice on serious personal injury and wrongful death. As a Phoenix nursing home neglect lawyer, she has the compassion and skills to seek damages on behalf of the victim’s estate and family when elder abuse claims a life.
She also handles other personal injury cases that cause serious, life-changing personal injury. As an experienced trial lawyer, she helps insurance companies and juries understand the extent of a victim’s injuries.
Trial lawyer Roberts also handles complex litigation involving medical malpractice, elder abuse, nursing home negligence, dangerous pharmaceuticals, defective medical devices, and defective products.
Mrs. Roberts has been the chair, vice-chair, and executive member of the Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Maricopa County Bar Association. Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Association for Justice
Nursing Home Litigation Group of AAJ
Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
Maricopa County Bar Association
State Bar of Arizona
State Bar of Missouri
Dana Roberts is a graduate of University of Missouri (1987) and Saint Louis University School of Law (1990). Mrs. Roberts was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1965.
Nursing Home Litigation
Products Liability Law
100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
U.S. District Court District of Arizona, 1992
Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri – 1990
University of Missouri – 1987
American Association for Justice, Member
Nursing Home Litigation Group of AAJ, Member
Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, Member
Maricopa County Bar Association, Chair/Vice Chair/Executive Member, Continuing Legal Education Committee
The personal injury attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona, at Knapp & Roberts have the compassion and trial lawyer skills to tell your story to a jury. We will get to know you and your family so that we can help the jury understand what has happened to you and your family and how it has changed your lives. Obtain the compensation necessary for the injuries and losses you have suffered.