Areas of Practice

Practice Areas

David has been dedicated to the outstanding resolution of cases, mainly involving injuries and accidents, for decades, representing plaintiffs and defendants alike. These matters require legal guidance that is nuanced, detailed and precise. They often require the ability to obtain appropriate professional testimony and to translate complex ideas into terms that make sense for and resonate with lay audiences.

As one example, consider how complex matters of catastrophic injury or death can be, both in medical and economic terms. The vast majority of attorneys will have worked with few such incidents (if any at all). In contrast, David’s expertise includes traumatic brain injuries, amputations, quadriplegia, paraplegia, loss of vision, spinal and nerve injuries, skeletal injuries, burns, major organ injuries and other catastrophic injuries.

The disabilities that arise from these tragedies require a complex set of treatments, surgeries, therapies, medicines and/or prosthetics. The damage can be sweeping: enduring pain, job and income loss, radical changes in personality, memory, coordination or behavior, and significant impacts on family members… With years of experience working with such claims, David is able to establish the full range of costs and future needs.

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David’s major areas of practice include

Personal injury

Wrongful Death

Catastrophic Injury

Medical Malpractice

Professional Malpractice

Product Liability

Premises Liability

Vehicular Injuries

Construction Defects

Commercial & Business Litigation

Civil Forfeiture

42 U.S.C. §1983 Violation Claims

Class Action Litigation

Insurance Coverage Litigation

For plaintiffs, David has the expertise to get the full value of the case in settlement or by jury trial. For defendants, David knows how to anticipate specific claims of negligence and counter or minimize strategies utilized by plaintiff’s counsel. Both are a direct result of his ability to grasp and depict for others the true meaning of the claim and the extent of the damage.