David Weissman has been with the firm since he was admitted to practice almost 10 years ago. He has experience in all facets of personal injury litigation.
He has done hundreds of depositions, argued hundreds of motions, and tried several cases to verdict. He succeeded in obtaining a favorable jury verdict for a motorcyclist who was seriously injured and had shoulder surgery despite several witnesses in the case, including contradicting versions of the accident and previous injuries to the same body parts.
Additionally, he has briefed and argued several appeals in both the First and Second Department. Arguments he made in his appellate brief were adopted as law by the Appellate Court in the case Doyle v. Steiner (2013 Slip Op 04450). He has also settled scores of cases in court before or during jury verdict.
He is patient, and enjoys talking to our clients and keeping them informed as their cases progress. David lives in Brooklyn and is active in his local synagogue. He provides free tutoring and religious studies to those who seek it, and contributes to community charities.