Personal Injury

When somebody is injured in an accident, many issues arise very quickly.  Medical treatment often becomes a top priority, and other aspects of life often fall behind, including employment, income, family activities, and even the ability to get a good night’s sleep.  At the same time, a flurry of mail and phone calls from insurance companies can be confusing, and each communication can affect your rights in unexpected ways.


Making an injury claim for damages is about being compensated for your financial and non-economic damages which result from an accident caused by another person.  If you or someone you know was injured in an accident, consulting with a lawyer trained and experienced in Florida law is a smart first-step in determining your options.


We can help guide and advise you every step of the way, freeing your time to focus on healing and getting your life back on track.

Criminal Defense

Not everyone accused of a crime is a villain, and many accusations come about when good people make a mistake, get blamed for another’s conduct, or respond to something else that deserves consideration.  Criminal charges in Florida range from misdemeanor level (1st and 2nd degree) up to Felony level (1st, 2nd, 3rd degree & Life); there are also “lesser included” charges, “attempt” charges, and other, non-criminal law violations.


While nobody enjoys being the Defendant charged with a crime, there is no better criminal justice system in the world than here in the United States of America; this is because the accused has rights and the system takes those rights seriously.  The Scales of Justice work to balance the rights of the accused with those of the alleged victims, working through a process that serves to punish the guilty, but only after they are convicted.  There are many steps in between an accusation and a conviction, and a proper defense can mean all the difference in the world.  In general, the criminal justice system works by applying the law to the facts of the case; this is how predictions can be made about how to handle a case.  More specifically, however, the details of your case are unique to every other case (in fact, two people accused of the same offense very often have different defenses available to them).  Once you retain a criminal defense attorney, strategic decisions can be made based upon the unique facts and circumstances of your case.


Because every case is different, a free consultation about your case is the best first step.  From there, you can learn what your options are and come up with an effective plan of action.  

A Message from David



Years of Experience


Over 12 years of experience representing people and their most challenging problems.


Legal Cases


Handled over 3,000 cases as a Prosecutor and gained priceless courtroom experience.


Graduated Top 10%


Graduated in Top 10% of my law school class and then earned my MBA at night while practicing law full-time.


Reading a lawyer’s bio is not enough to decide who to retain to represent you. You should interview a lawyer to see if it is someone that can relate to you, understand you, and make your case before a jury.  Call now, and see if I’m the lawyer for you.

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