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Odds are 1 out of 5 that your auto will be damaged in an accident.*

*2015 Field Guide, National Underwriter

Odds are 1 out of 96 that you will have a fire.*

*2015 Field, National Underwriter

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Daniel Skaljac

Daniel Skaljac

VICE President

Office: 440-746-9102
Fax: 440-746-1130

Daniel Skaljac is Vice President of Luce, Smith & Scott, Inc., an insurance brokerage firm, established in 1925. Prior to merging with Luce, Smith & Scott, Inc. in 1991, Mr. Skaljac trained as a commercial casualty underwriter with the USF&G Company in 1973 in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1975, he joined the Brooks & Stafford Company, an insurance brokerage firm, established in 1849, as a licensed agent, and subsequently, became Vice President. Thereafter, in 1985 Mr. Skaljac became a co-owner of the Harry L. Davis Company, an insurance brokerage firm established in 1929.

During his career of over forty-five years, Mr. Skaljac has had extensive agency experience in the placement and management of insurance programs for manufacturing, institutional, wholesale, retail and auto risks, as well as operational and financial management of the brokerage firms with which he has been associated. In addition, he has served as a member and chair on various insurance carrier agents' advisory boards, and he has been qualified as an expert witness , and as such, has evaluated numerous files involving errors' and omissions' disputes between agents/agencies, policyholders, and/or insurers.

Mr. Skaljac has a Bachelor of Arts (1972) degree in Russian linguistics and literature from The Ohio State University, as well as a Juris Doctor (1978) degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University.

Upon graduation from The Ohio State University, Mr. Skaljac was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army Reserves as a Captain (1980). He served two terms as a Councilman for the City of Brecksville, Ohio, and served as a member and chair on civic and school district organizations throughout the past thirty years.