Dan Sorey is a graduate of Northeast Louisiana University where he received his B.B.A. in 1988 and his M.B.A. in 1996. While earning his B.B.A. at NLU, Dan played football and was a member of the 1987 I-AA National Championship team.
In the ten years before pursuing his legal career, Dan worked as a Parole Agent in Jefferson Parish Louisiana and as a city Police Officer in Monroe. He graduated with his Juris Doctor degree from Baylor Law School and was subsequently admitted to practice in the state courts of Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico. Additionally, Dan is admitted to numerous Federal Courts including the Eastern District of Texas, the Western District of Louisiana, the District of New Mexico, and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Dan is also a proud member of the T. John Ward American Inn of Court.
As an attorney, Dan Sorey worked for many years with a nationwide plaintiff’s firm. This experience taught him the art of managing a heavy caseload and gave him the opportunity to represent injured clients from across the nation, including trials in five different states. This important practical experience has been vital to his success as a solo practitioner.
Attorney Dan Sorey founded the Sorey Law Firm with the desire to establish his own legal practice with personal, client-centered legal services that address the legal needs of accident victims and injured parties. Dan continues traveling across much of the southern United States meeting with clients and helping them to achieve adequate compensation for their personal injuries.
Outside of the office, Dan is involved in youth sports, serving as a member on the Spring Hill Dixie Youth baseball board, as president of the Spring Hill High School Athletic Booster Club, and as football coach in the Spring Hill Youth Football Association. In his spare time, he is exploring back roads on his Harley Davidson Road King.
Dan maintains membership in the following professional associations:
State Bar of Texas American Association for Justice
Louisiana State Bar Association Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Arkansas Bar Association New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association
State Bar of New Mexico T. John Ward American Inn of Court