David’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation, insurance disputes, disability benefits, commercial litigation, employment law, wills, estates and estate litigation, family law, and child protection matters.
David’s litigation practice includes representing clients throughout the Province of Ontario in various types of collisions including motor vehicle, ATV, trains and planes. In addition, David handles cases involving slip/trip-and-fall accidents, injuries resulting from negligence, wrongful deaths, dog bites, disability claims, CPP disability, civil fraud matters, breach of contracts, and breach of intrusion matters.
David has been part of Jay Meunier’s team since 2015 and subsequently articled at his firm in 2017. In June 2018, David became part of Team Meunier Carrier as an associate lawyer. On September 30, 2020, David along with Jay Meunier and their support staff formed a new law firm, namely, MEUNIER CARRIER LAWYERS.
David has appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, the Licence Appeal Tribunal, the Provincial Offences Court and has also handled administrative tribunal matters.
David graduated from law school at the University of Ottawa. Prior to entering law school, David earned a bachelor’s degree in Law and Justice at Laurentian University. During law school, David earned the Emond Harnden LLP Prize for the highest standing in the Labour Law I course as well as the Professional Training Entrance Scholarship for having the most outstanding admissions portfolio, exceeding the faculty’s expectations.
David is fluent in English and French and practises in both languages.
In his spare time, David also enjoys playing hockey, golfing, travelling and staying active.
- B.A. (Hons.) – Laurentian University, 2014
- J.D. – University of Ottawa, 2017
- Cochrane Law Association;
- Sudbury District Law Association;
- The Advocates’ Society;
- The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association;
- The Ontario Bar Association; and,
- The Canadian Bar Association.
CALL TO THE BAR:
- Province of Ontario, 2018