Car accidents, trucking accidents, assault, trip-and-fall, wrongful death and more.
Dangerous and defective automobiles, airplanes, helicopters, Polaris UTVs, batteries, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and more.
Police misconduct, police brutality, excessive force, false arrest, foster care abuse and more.
Discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation and more.
Protecting consumers in cases involving robo calls, automobile recalls, banking and more.
Sexual harassment, Title IX and more.
It was at the firm of Daniels, Fine, Israel, Schonbuch & Lebovits where David and John first met. Both David and John consistently arrived early to work and left late at night, after most other attorneys at the firm had already gone home. Working together, David and John realized they shared the same passion and qualities that are innate to great attorneys: a passion to help others, a strong work ethic, and an unwavering competitive instinct to beat the opposition.
David gained extensive litigation experience at the firm of Daniels, Fine, Israel, Schonbuch & Lebovits where he worked from May of 2001 until March of 2011. During his tenure there, David primarily focused on defending cases involving accidents occurring at commercial businesses, apartment complexes, and residences. David developed a great reputation at the firm and was often asked to assist in the litigation of the firm’s higher profile plaintiff cases. David realized his passion was to fight on behalf of people against large insurance companies and corporations. David resigned from the firm of Daniels, Fine, Israel, Schonbuch & Lebovits in March of 2011. After a brief sabbatical, David transitioned his career to focus on working for injured individuals. From July of 2011 to May of 2013, David worked alongside a well-respected plaintiff attorney, David Olan, at Olan Law Corporation. At Olan Law, David further honed his litigation and trial advocacy skills, obtaining numerous high figure settlements on behalf of individuals who had been wrongfully injured due to the negligence and carelessness of others.
Obtained a record Title IX settlement $1.15 million for a student for sexual assault by one of her professors at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Federal Court approved $1.495 Million Dollar Class Action Settlement for Robo Call Lawsuit
Obtained a $4.3 million settlement in a medical malpractice case in 2016 (confidential defendant).
Obtained a record $16 million fine against Toyota Motor Corporation after discovering that the auto giant misled the US government when it issued a safety recall in Japan, but not the United States.
Obtained a $1.595 million settlement for a broken ankle in Kirby v. Celebrations.
Kristensen Weisberg filed lawsuit against UC-Berkeley and Prof. John Searle
Secured over $7.5 Million in Settlements for Wrongful Death Against Confidential Defendants