David Reeve joined Davis Law Group in 2022 after more than a decade on the insurance defense side of civil litigation and personal injury law. David has previously represented defendants in general negligence matters, motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, premises liability, and product liability. He is currently licensed to practice in state and federal courts in Washington and New York, and has successfully argued matters before the New York Appellate Division and Washington Court of Appeals.
Background & Personal Interests
David moved from his hometown of Newport Beach, California to Seattle, Washington while he was still in high school before eventually graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in Economics and a minor in Philosophy. In 2009, David graduated from Brooklyn Law School, where he earned his J.D. with an emphasis in litigation and appellate advocacy. David also completed a judicial internship with Justice John M. Leventhal of the New York Appellate Division, Second Department.
David’s legal career began in New York City in 2009, where he defended property owners, construction companies, property developers, and telecommunications firms against first- and third-party insurance claims for personal injury and breach of contract.
In 2015, David relocated to Seattle where he joined a plaintiff's civil litigation firm that focused primarily on medical malpractice cases. He then spent over five years representing insurance companies on the defense side of personal injury cases, most recently as a shareholder at Reed McClure in Seattle. David's work as a defense attorney has taught him invaluable lessons and skills that he now uses to advocate for his clients as plaintiffs.
David is an outdoor enthusiast and avid climber, and also enjoys photography and playing guitar in his free time.
Admitted: 2014, Washington. 2010, New York.
College: University of Washington, B.A., 2005
Law School: Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2009
Membership: Washington State Bar Association; Washington State Trial Lawyers Association; New York Bar Association