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Daniel J. Ripper


Dan grew up in the small town of Murphy, North Carolina. From there he went to the University of Notre Dame where he earned his BA in English and government. He then went to the University of Tennessee where he graduated with a law degree in 1992. Upon graduation Dan found work with the predecessor law firm of Luther-Anderson, PLLP handling a variety of insurance matters and getting significant trial experience which has resulted in over 120 jury trials to verdict during the course of his career. This has led to the realization that only by being confident and prepared enough to try a case can an attorney fully achieve the best result for his client.

While defending insurance companies and their insureds is still the largest part of what Dan does, he has always felt that there was more to the practice of law than just the work he does for insurance companies. For that reason Dan represents clients charged with committing a wide range of crimes and has found great satisfaction in assisting those charged with a criminal offenses to find justice.

Practice Areas:

Legal Professional Malpractice Defense, Auto Liability Defense, Trucking Accident Defense, Church and Religious Organization Defense, Coverage Analysis, First Party Policy Actions and Criminal Defense


University of Notre Dame, B.A. '89; University of Tennessee, J.D. '92


Admitted to Tennessee and Georgia Bar, 1992.


American, Tennessee, Georgia and Chattanooga Bar Association

Chattanooga Defenders

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chattanooga office

Luther-Anderson, PLLP

Suite 700 One Union Square
100 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.
P. O. Box 151

Chattanooga, TN 37401-0151

nashville office

Luther-Anderson, PLLP

501 Union St
Suite 550

Nashville, TN 37219

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