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David L. Boohaker
Licensed in Georgia and Texas
David Boohaker was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated with honors, cum laude, from the University of Georgia, with Bachelor’s degrees in both History and Political Science. David then received his Juris Doctorate degree cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta where he was a Law Review member and Assistant Editor.
Prior to joining McDonald Law Firm, David’s practice focused on representing a number of Fortune 500 companies defending mesothelioma personal injury actions both in the state of Georgia and on a national level.
At McDonald Law Firm, David is known for his skill in deposing fact witnesses. David’s practice areas consist of plaintiff’s complex business disputes including our Chesapeake litigation, insurance claim disputes, serious injury and wrongful death, and dangerous pharmaceuticals and medical devices. He is admitted to practice in Texas and all of the state courts in Georgia as well as the Northern District of Georgia.
David is an avid University of Georgia football fan and makes it to Athens for nearly every home football game. He enjoys SCUBA diving and snow skiing. He and his wife are the proud parents of two young children.
“Over the course of my nine years as a defense attorney, I must have deposed well past a hundred men and women who were dying from mesothelioma or lung cancer. It was never easy to sit across from a dying man in an adversarial scenario. We used to rationalize it, but in the end, cross-examining a man literally during his final days, often in his own house, was a trying experience and never easy. I always made a point to go and shake his hand and talk to him on a personal level either before or after the deposition. I met so many plaintiffs who were good people and suffering immensely from a certainly terminal illness. I still think about a good number of them. I made the decision to stop defending those cases and joined McDonald Law Firm.”
― David Boohaker