Meet Cody Horlacher
Attorney Cody Horlacher is a lifelong resident of Southeastern Wisconsin, and proud graduate of both UW-Whitewater and Marquette Law School. After obtaining his law degree from Marquette, Cody put his degree to work for the benefit of victims of crime in the Walworth County District Attorney's Office.
As an elected official for the state of Wisconsin, Cody takes that fight for the people of Wisconsin to the Capitol as the Vice-Chair of the Judiciary committee, and member of the Criminal Justice, Constitution& Ethics, and Education Committees. In 2016, he chaired the Access to Civil Legal Services committee where he took up measures to address the need for proper representation for individuals in court.
Having grown up in the area, and a product of Southeastern Wisconsin communities, Cody knows firsthand our neighborhood values and the difficult times many people face in their lives. Cody helped establish Horlacher Necci with a foundation based in the same principles of fighting for the injured, and helping others through difficult times.
Cody resides in Mukwonago with his wife, Karlee, and both are very active at both the community and state levels. Cody is on the board for the YMCA of Mukwonago, Old World Wisconsin Foundation, Carol University President's Advisory Council, State of Wisconsin Historical Society Board of Curators, and member of the State Bar.
Meet Dan Necci
Dan Necci is the managing partner of the Middle Tennessee office in Thompson’s Station. Dan is a 2005 graduate of Marquette University Law School, and is licensed to practice law in Tennessee, Wisconsin and Alabama.
In the past Dan has worked in private practice, as Special Assistant to the Corporation Counsel of Walworth County (WI), and as the District Attorney of Walworth County. As chief law enforcement officer for a county of 105,000 people, Dan got justice for crime victims and sent dangerous criminals to prison. In that role, Dan also served on the Walworth County Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, and on the Walworth County Children’s Advocacy Center Executive Board.
Since immigrating to the great State of Tennessee, Dan has returned to private practice and practiced exclusively in personal injury. He has handled hundreds of matters for clients in both Tennessee and Alabama and acquired millions of dollars for his clients. Dan says he loves working in injury law. “I became a lawyer to help people and, throughout my career, I have strived to practice in areas where I could be of the most service to others. I love Injury Law because I get to help people who have been injured acquire a just recovery from a system that’s out to short change them at every turn.” Dan lives in Thompson Station, Tennessee with his wife, Brittany and his four children, Lillian, Isabella, Anthony and Violet Grace. Dan is an avid outdoorsman, aspiring strength athlete, and huge sports fan who supports the Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Volunteers and West Ham United. Call Dan today for a free consultation regarding your case.
Meet Elizabeth Nicklas
Elizabeth Nicklas is a native of Middle Tennessee, and is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education. She is also the recipient of a Paralegal Certificate from East Tennessee State University.
After teaching middle school for almost 4 years, Mrs. Nicklas decided her talents could be used elsewhere, which led her into the personal injury field. “It has always been a passion of mine to help others. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect, and Horlacher-Necci bring this to every case they work on. That is why I happily chose to join their firm.”
Elizabeth Nicklas lives in the greater Nashville area with her high school sweetheart husband, Nick, and their amazing dog Daisy.
Attorney Daniel Necci is licensed in Wisconsin, Tennessee, and Alabama.
Attorney Cody Horlacher is licensed in Wisconsin. He is not licensed in Tennessee or Alabama.