David Numrych has practiced law for more than twenty (20) years. He is licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Through his practice, he is able to provide guidance on handling claims and civil suits that overlap these multiple jurisdictions.
Mr. Numrych represents insurance carriers in defense of civil litigation and of workers' compensation cases. He also has represented professionals accused of negligence in malpractice cases. His experience includes the representation of national corporations with injured workers in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, involving automobile, truck, airplane, and maritime personal injury cases. Mr. Numrych also has extensive experience effectively defending medical and professional malpractice. During his career, numerous jury trials resulted in favorable defense verdicts for his clients. He has also successfully argued cases at the appellate level.
Mr. Numrych is certified by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy as a "Master Advocate", and is rated "Excellent" by AVVO. As an instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA), he serves as a faculty member at the Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to starting his solo practice, he worked for more than a decade as "Of Counsel" to a mid-sized law firm.
As a solo practitioner with more than twenty (20) years of experience, Mr. Numrych is able to provide honest and efficient legal representation in defense of civil litigation and workers' compensation matters.
Recipient, Defense Research Institute DC State Leadership Award, 2009; Former Special Assistant United States Attorney
James Slater v. Gloria Biehl, 793 A.2d 1268 (DC 2002); State Farm v. Enterprise, WDCLR Vol 127, No. 78, p.721 (DC 1999); National Coach Works v. Detroit Diesel, 128 F.Supp. 2nd 821 (D. Ct. MD 2001)
United States Air Force Judge Advocate General Corps (1991-1997); Two Commendation Medals and Meritorious Service Medal