When David Malik graduated law school and knew he didn’t want to work for anyone else. Since his doors opened, David has taken cases that others turned down. These cases challenged David to investigate a situation from every angle and ask questions that otherwise went unanswered.
Representing police officers, labor unions and motorcycle gangs were not uncommon in the early years – when David himself was an avid motorcycle rider and befriended officers, riders and others in the tight-knit biker community. Then, in 1998, David took on a case representing a gentleman who had been paralyzed by police. Four years of investigating – and asking the right questions – led to his first multi-million dollar verdict in a civil rights’ case. He knew he had the drive, the insight and the passion to make civil rights justice his life’s work. Asking the right questions had paid off for him and his client.
Today, David Malik’s name – and his small team of associates – have become synonymous nationally with civil rights justice. In the media, he’s known as a tough litigator. For his clients, he’s known as the down-to-earth guy who returns their calls, tells them the truth, and cares enough to get personally involved in their unique situation.