David has represented various truck accident victims in cases ranging from construction defects, to hit and run collisions. He began handling truck accident cases shortly after law school and followed by a brief stint at the public defender's office. Although David welcomes any opportunity to go to court, much of his work occurs well before any trial. Often times, David's primary goal is to act as the liaison with the client, opposing counsel, expert witnesses, and medical providers making sure that the client's case progresses without unnecessary delay.
After growing up in Albuquerque, David went to school in Poughkeepsie, New York at Vassar College. After graduating, he immediately returned to Albuquerque and attended the University of New Mexico school of Law. While in law school, David was a Dean's list and honor roll recipient and was awarded the Lewis F Powell Junior medal for excellence in advocacy. David was able to further hone his trial skills at the public defender's office where he participated in numerous trials.
After graduating from law school, David has found himself back on campus numerous times for various reasons. He has been a frequent volunteer for the school's mock trial program and on occasion has coached the trial team through various competitions. His teams have done well and advanced to national competition on numerous occasions. In addition, David has been an adjunct professor at the law school since 2008.
David is also been recognized by the super lawyers, is a board member of the New Mexico trial lawyers, was named a top 100 trial lawyer by the American trial lawyers Association, and has been rated by AVVO.