Daniel is an experienced trial lawyer with more than 10 years litigating personal injury cases. Daniel believes there is a solution to every problem and enjoys overcoming challenges on behalf of his clients.

Daniel has strong roots to Hamilton; his family having settled in the city in the 1950’s from Italy. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto and his law degree at Queen’s University. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2009.

In 2012, when Daniel was only a third-year lawyer, he successfully represented his client in Mujku v. State Farm, a FSCO arbitration hearing which has since become a seminal decision on the issue of catastrophic impairment. Commenting on Daniel’s advocacy at the hearing, the arbitrator ruled that “the complexity of the issue and efficiency with which Mr. Roncari presented his client’s case at the hearing, justify increasing his rate to the maximum…” The following year, Daniel was successful at another arbitration hearing on the issue of income replacement benefits.

Daniel has also acted as co-counsel on three jury trials and has made several appearances before the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Daniel is very much involved in Hamilton’s medical-legal community. He has presented on various legal topics at the Hamilton Law Association’s Advocacy Conference and at Hamilton General Hospital. He also participated in the Hamilton Brain Injury Association’s annual 5k run for eight consecutive years.  

Outside of law, Daniel’s interests include travel, music, design, NBA basketball, and martial arts.