Daniel C. Kemmy

Danny Kemmy first became interested in becoming a trial lawyer while studying Government at the University of Texas at Austin. After earning his B.A. degree, Danny decided to enroll in law school at South Texas College of Law in Houston, TX. In December 2014, he graduated a semester early and became licensed to practice law in the State of Texas in 2015. Since then, Danny has opened up his own law practice while also continuing to work with this law firm. Danny currently handles many of our office's personal injury cases. In May 2017, Tom Kemmy (1st-chair) and Danny Kemmy (2nd-chair) obtained a jury verdict over $13,800,000 on behalf of a retired professor who was catastrophically injured while at a nursing home.

Current Employment

  • Trial Attorney - Law Offices of Thomas G. Kemmy
  • Solo Practioner - Law Offices of Daniel C. Kemmy

Bar Admission

  • State Bar of Texas, 2015

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Consumer Fraud (DTPA)
  • Business Disputes
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation


  • South Texas College of Law - Houston, Texas
    • J.D. - 2014
  • University of Texas - Austin, Texas
    • B.A. in Government - 2011

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Texas, Member
  • San Antonio Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Member

Featured Case Results

Nursing Home Malpractice
In May 2017, a Bexar County jury rendered a $13,800,000 verdict in favor of our Client after he was catastrophically injured at a skilled nursing facility. The jury found that the Defendant-Nursing-Home was responsible for Client's permanent paralysis, because the Nursing Home repeatedly failed to communicate critical information to the treating physicians, which would have easily prevented our Client from becoming paralyzed.

Hospital Malpractice
In March 2017, we obtained a $3,00,000 settlement on behalf of our Client who was paralyzed in an Iowa state hospital after his treating physicians failed to fully investigate the life-threatening bleeding in his GI tract.  The result his case now serves to protect future patients by helping change the hospital's dangerous policies. (Co-Counsel: Curtis L. Cukjati - Martin, Cukjati & Tom, LLP).