David is the managing attorney of BRILL & RINALDI, The Law Firm. He is also co-counsel with the Miami-based law firm of Crewmember & Maritime Advocacy Center, P.A. David began his legal career in the Office of the State Attorney in and for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami, first serving as a Certified Legal Intern and then for over three years as an Assistant State Attorney. He tried six jury trials as an Intern. He tried dozens of bench proceedings and approximately two dozen jury trials as an Assistant State Attorney. After his departure from the State Attorney’s Office in 1996, David concentrated in the area of plaintiffs’ civil trial practice. He has since garnered extensive experience in plaintiffs’ civil trial practice. That experience includes land-based and admiralty/maritime personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice and class action litigation. It also includes more than a decades’ worth of involvement in the prosecution of admiralty/maritime matters of various types, such as Jones Act, unseaworthiness, Wage Act, maintenance and cure, and Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation 905(b) and 933 claims and suits. These admiralty/maritime matters constitute a substantial part of the practice of BRILL & RINALDI, The Law Firm. Meanwhile, Crewmember & Maritime Advocacy Center, P.A., is dedicated exclusively to the representation of crewmembers of cruise line vessels for Jones Act, unseaworthiness, Wage Act, and maintenance and cure claims and suits. David is the President of the Florida Admiralty Trial Lawyers Association (FLATLA) and a member of both the Florida Justice Association (FJA) and American Association for Justice (AAJ). He is, furthermore, “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating available.
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