Dayna L. Kipnis represents individuals in workers’ compensation claims and personal injury matters. She represents public employees seeking to obtain disability retirement benefits from state pension systems.
Ms. Kipnis represented insurance companies in defense of workers’ compensation claims for nine years. During this time, Ms. Kipnis spent six years with Baltimore County as an Assistant County Attorney, representing the County’s interest in matters concerning workers’ compensation. She has tried hundreds of cases filed by public service and public safety employees, and has litigated issues including retirement set-offs, presumptions claims under Section 9-503 of the Workers’ Compensation Statute, and death claims.
Ms. Kipnis attended American University in Washington, D.C., and earned her law degree from the University of Maryland. She lives with her family in Owings Mills.
- Maryland Court of Appeals
- United States District Court for the District of Maryland
- American University
- University of Maryland School of Law
- Maryland Association For Justice
- Volunteer Attorney, Jewish Legal Services
- Panel Attorney, FOP Lodge 4, Baltimore County Police