David Friedman is a Phoenix personal injury lawyer and associate attorney at Knapp & Roberts. As a licensed attorney in Arizona, Mr. Friedman has litigated catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases in a variety of matters including medical negligence, nursing home abuse, auto collisions, trucking collisions, premises liability, and insurance bad faith.
Today, harnessing optimism, integrity, and thoughtfulness, Mr. Friedman proudly represents the rights of individuals harmed by the carelessness of others, as well as those cheated by corporate greed. Mr. Friedman approaches his profession with passion, understanding that the trial lawyer serves his or her community as one of our society’s last great equalizers.
In 2007, Mr. Friedman graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arizona, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Also undergoing his post-graduate studies at the University of Arizona, Mr. Friedman graduated magna cum laude from the James E. Rogers College of Law in 2012.
While a law student, Mr. Friedman was awarded the prestigious Richard R. Fish Memorial Scholarship for his best-in-class performance in the college’s legal writing program. Likewise, Mr. Friedman was consistently among the top-place finishers in a wide array of closing argument, moot court, and mock trial competitions. Meanwhile, Mr. Friedman interned at the Maricopa County Public Defender’s office and, later, worked at one of the most highly-regarded full-service law firms in Tucson.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one, David Friedman is available to provide you with sound legal advice, care, and assistance in your time of need.
Professional Associations and Membership:
American Association for Justice, Member
Arizona Association for Justice, Member
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