Daniel McBride
Medical Director
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Daniel McBride
Medical Director
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Daniel McBride has been the Medical Director of the Potts Law Firm since 2006 and is known to be one of the best “in-house” consultants in the industry. In the nearly two decades of service, he has been instrumental in thousands of medical negligence and nursing home negligent cases.  He has been invaluable in the resolution of numerous pharmaceutical and medical device mass tort litigation.

Daniel graduated with a biology degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Life Sciences. Upon graduation, he attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. During his time in medical school, Daniel not only earned the Richard T. Garcia Award for being the most outstanding first-year student, but also worked for the University as a teaching assistant and taught Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Medical Physiology.  With a passion for teaching, he taught other medical students from across the country in a specialized board exam preparation program aimed for medical students with multiple failures.  After medical school, he worked in cancer epidemiology research with the University of Kansas School of Medicine and The Kansas Department of Health and Environment.  With a continued love for teaching, he then became a teaching faculty member for the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Department of Family Medicine.

Beginning in 2001, Daniel transitioned his medical background from academia into the legal profession.  He quickly discovered that attorneys working in medico-legal cases greatly benefited from day-to-day assistance to help navigate the science and medicine involved in complex litigation.  After working for other prominent law firms, Daniel joined the Potts Law Firm in 2006 and has been a large part of our continued success.

When not devoting his time to the Potts Law Firm, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.

  • University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
  • B.S., University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Life Science
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