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Daniel Schwarz

Supervising Attorney

WCAB Venues Covered:Pomona, Riverside, San Bernardino

Daniel Schwarz is a Supervising Attorney in the Inland Empire office. He values client communication and focuses on successfully resolving cases in the most cost-effective manner.

Daniel’s strategic approach has led to many favorable and quick settlements. Prior to joining Albert and Mackenzie, Daniel practiced workers’ compensation defense representing a prominent California firm.

Daniel was born and raised in Inland Empire. In his free time, he enjoys watching and playing sports, building Lego sets and miniature figurines, and spending time with his wife and daughter at Disneyland. When it comes to professional sports, Daniel is rooting for the Los Angeles Lakers, Dodgers, Rams, and UCLA Bruins.

Three words to describe Daniel are calm, organized, and easy-going. Known for its serenity, Lake Arrowhead during the fall season is Daniel’s favorite place in the world. As for his favorite shows to binge-watch, he enjoys watching the Netflix series, You, various anime genres.

Daniel lives by the words, “Our fear isn’t that we are inadequate, but that we are capable beyond measure.” His first job was as a construction worker for a mold and asbestos remediation company. Fun fact: Daniel once dreamed to be a magician. He has learned countless tricks and performed for his family and at a talent show.


  • Chapman University School of Law – Juris Doctor
  • California State University, San Bernardino – Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy


  • State Bar of California

We Believe in Equality

Daniel is a member of the D&I strategic initiative team, which is focused on expanding Albert & Mackenzie’s own awareness and efforts towards creating more diversity in our workforce, workplace, marketplace, vendors and the community.

Specialties: Defense of workers’ compensation claims on behalf of employers, insurers, and third-party administrators.


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