David W. Mushlin
Associate & Personal Injury Lawyer
David W. Mushlin spent the first ten years of his legal career as an insurance defense litigation attorney. He represented some of the largest corporations in the world, and concentrated his practice on defending doctors, hospitals, nursing homes, and religious institutions throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
For the last ten years, David has focused his practice on litigating personal injury claims on behalf of individual injury and accident victims. He handles all types of litigation, especially cases that are decided in the courtroom before a jury, including:
- Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
- Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability (pharmaceutical and medical device)
- Auto Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Aviation Accidents
- Slip & Falls
- Criminal Matters
Background & Practice
David attended law school at the University of Kentucky, where he earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. While there, he won the first intra-state mock trial tournament, and was a member of the Kentucky Law Journal. Prior to attending law school, David received a bachelor’s degree in French at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
As an FAA-certificated private pilot and avid motorcycle enthusiast, David is especially interested in motorcycle and aviation-related accidents. He has tried cases throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as well as in Kentucky’s Federal Courts, most recently securing two jury verdicts over $1,000,000.00 for clients in 2019. If you have a motor-vehicle, slip & fall, truck, or products liability case, David will help you get everything you are entitled to under the law.
- Juris Doctor, University of Kentucky College of Law, 2000
- BA, Vanderbilt University, 1995
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Supreme Court of Kentucky
- United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit