Danialle Riggins handles litigation in both state and federal employment, family, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, business litigation, and contract law cases.
During her years that Ms. Riggins has been an attorney, she has focused her practice on counseling both employees and employers in all aspects of employment law including: hiring techniques, employee handbooks, illegal discrimination, hostile environments, wage and hour issues, employee leave, contract and policies, harassment, retaliation, performance management, accommodations for disabilities, privacy, defamation, and protection of trade secrets. In addition to advocating for employees whose workplace rights have been violated, Ms. Riggins zealously educates and assist employers with workplace law issues.
Ms. Riggins has experience representing parties in civil litigation in state and federal courts and in administrative claims. Danialle provides both pre-suit services and collections actions all types of cases such as small/summary claims through major litigation.
She also teaches corporate responsibility, ethics, and law on a post-graduated level as an adjunct professor for Webster University-Ocala campus. Prior to entering the legal profession, Danialle was an award-winning photojournalist. Since 1999, Danialle has been a guest speaker for various organizations on topics ranging from photography in the news to privacy rights in the workplace. During her spare time, Danialle volunteers at her church, in multiple organizations, and help feed the homeless.