- J.D. (cum laude), Hamline University of Law
- B.A., Hope College
Assistant: Nicki Gordon
Daniel W. Boerigter has been a partner with Yost & Baill since 2003. His practice is a combination of complex litigation and business counsel. Dan’s litigation practice focuses on property subrogation, including fire, product liability and construction defect litigation throughout the United States. In addition to his property subrogation practice, Dan has extensive commercial litigation experience representing clients in real estate and contract disputes as well as estate and probate litigation. Dan maintains a business law practice focused on representing select individuals and businesses in a variety of matters, including business formation, acquisition, disposition, and real estate sales and leasing. Dan’s long-standing clients continue to rely on him for his sound legal and business advice.
Dan is an experienced trial attorney who has successfully taken many cases to verdict. Dan recently supervised a large and complex multi-state product defect subrogation case that involved numerous claims, multiple experts and hundreds of thousands of pages of discovery. Dan also understands the art of settling cases. Dan recently helped one of his clients obtain an eight figure settlement on the weekend before the start of a jury trial.
Dan received his B.A. degree in Business Administration from Hope College. After spending two years living and working in Western Michigan, Dan found his calling and moved to Minnesota to attend law school. Dan received his J.D. (cum laude) from Hamline University School of Law.
Dan is an active member of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), and is currently a member of NASP’s Legislative Affairs Committee. Dan is also a shareholder, Vice Chairman and member of the Board of Directors of SoundOff Signal. SoundOff Signal is a vibrant high-tech manufacturing business with its headquarters in Michigan. Dan’s first-hand business experience gives him a unique perspective that few other lawyers possess.
Dan is a strong believer in giving back to his community. For six years Dan volunteered his time as a Board Member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Minnesota. He also served as a Volunteer Member of the City of Roseville Planning Commission for nine years, including three years serving as its Chairman. Dan has been married for over twenty-five years and he and his wife are the proud parents of two teenage boys. Dan has spent countless hours not only coaching youth sports teams in Roseville but also working to broaden access to youth sports. Dan is a founding member of the Roseville Raiders Endzone Club and is actively involved in supporting and promoting the Roseville football program. He has also served as Treasurer and Board member of the Roseville Area Youth Football Association.