Daniel Klee, a native of Hockessin, Delaware and a Tampa resident, graduated from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law in 2010. He has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2010. For undergrad, Mr. Klee attended The University of Tampa on a swimming scholarship, graduating with honors in 2006 with a degree in Government and World Affairs. During each year of his collegiate swimming career, Mr. Klee was an NCAA All-American in multiple events, and was a NCAA National Champion in 2006. Mr. Klee was also named an ESPN Academic All-American in 2005 and Academic All-Conference each year of his attendance.
Prior to working for Bromagen & Rathet, P.A. Daniel was a Public Defender for the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida where he defended all types of criminal offenses including DUI, Battery, Assault, Theft and drug-related crime. Daniel joined the law firm of Bromagen & Rathet, P.A. in April of 2012 as an associate, and became a partner in 2018. Daniel is a seasoned litigator specializing in lemon law and breach of warranty defense. He has successfully handled over 18 jury trials and 100 arbitrations. Mr. Klee has also been a keynote speaker at an Auto Alliance event.