David M. Weissman
David M. Weissman graduated from Rutgers University – New Brunswick in 1986. He began his professional life as an insurance claims adjuster and then supervisor in Northern New Jersey and New York. It was during these years that David decided he would rather represent the interests of the injured individuals than those of the large insurance companies, and he applied to law school. He subsequently attended Rutgers School of Law – Camden and graduated with honors in 1993.
David began his career at Dubois & Hamilton as a law clerk in 1991 while still a student. He became an associate with the firm upon his graduation in 1993, and a partner in 1998. David focuses his practice in the field of personal injury law and has handled several cases in which he has secured recoveries in excess of $1,000,000.00 for his clients.
David represents a wide variety of clients from the local community seeking fair compensation for harm caused by negligent drivers, unsafe products and hazardous premises. He is admitted to practice before the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and United States Supreme Court and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the American Bar Association, New Jersey Bar Association, Camden County Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association. He is a founding member of the National Campaign for Tolerance.
David lives in Moorestown, New Jersey with his wife Susan and three children. He is an avid fan and booster of Rutgers University sports, and has been a long-suffering season ticket holder who has rarely missed a Scarlet Knights football game in the 23 years since his matriculation. He also coaches youth football, baseball and basketball and has served as head coach for the Moorestown Junior Quakers football team for the past four years. He is a Civil War buff, and enjoys music, photography, reading and travel.