David's practice focuses on petitions for compensation for vaccine injuries and on negligence committed by the United States and its agencies, such as the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs and others. David has filed numerous petitions on behalf of those who have been injured by vaccines or their administration.
David began his legal career as an attorney advisor at the Board of Veterans Appeals within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. In that position, he assisted in the adjudication of appeals for veterans’ benefits claims. While in Law School, he also served as the Chair of the Veterans Legal Clinic and President of the Veterans Law Society, where he provided legal services to homeless veterans and helped create a Veterans Benefits course at UCLA.
David is a veteran, himself, and comes from a family of veterans. His father, grandfather, and both of his sisters all served in either the United States Army, Air Force, or Navy. David served five years as an enlisted Marine, deploying to Desert Shield/Storm.
David currently volunteers with the disability Law Center of Virginia.
J.D., UCLA School of Law
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, National University, Multimedia
Virginia Bar Association
Supreme Court of Virginia
Accredited with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs