David Brevda, Esq.
Partner; Senior Justice Law Firm
David Brevda is a trial attorney focused on nursing home negligence and medical malpractice litigation. Admitted in both Florida and New York, David fights for the rights of injured clients and their families in cases involving nursing home abuse, medical malpractice and wrongful death. David prides himself on treating each case individually and pursuing justice for victims with tenacity.
Mr. Brevda received his Juris Doctorate degree from the New York University School of Law and is well versed in long term care staffing, corporate structuring and tax issues. He graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and later received a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Florida as well. In addition to holding a Master’s in accounting, David Brevda has earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in taxation, graduating summa cum laude at the top of his Tax Law program.
Prior to joining Senior Justice Law Firm, David Brevda worked as a lawyer at the international headquarters of Clifford Chance law firm in London, United Kingdom. As an attorney at Clifford Chance, Mr. Brevda advised international investment banks and corporate issuers on equity and debt capital markets transactions, including high-yield bond offerings, high-yield notes analysis in restructuring, and IPOs.
Mr. Brevda has extensive experience with international corporate structures in the medical, long-term care, banking, and telecommunications sectors across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
A Unique Understanding of Understaffing, Corporate Structures & Asset Location
David Brevda returned to practice law in the U.S. to fight for the rights of those injured by nursing home, long-term care and healthcare corporations.
Particularly with nursing home and assisted living facility corporations, corporate owners insulate themselves from liability by carrying minimal insurance policies and creating shell companies to hide their money. Corporate nursing homes create multi-layered structures in order to minimize assets available to pay damages when they are negligent and hurt their vulnerable residents. Oftentimes, they will also use webs of related entities in order to perpetrate Medicare fraud.
Mr. Brevda uses his vast knowledge of corporate and business structures to help identify the true owners of nursing homes by untangling the complex webs of shell companies created by the owners. This unique legal background in tax law and accounting enables David to analyze long term care facility staff numbers and budget diversions, especially in regards to understaffing, Medicare fraud and qui tam actions.
This in-depth financial and staffing analysis is unique among nursing home abuse law firms. Mr. Brevda’s skill sets assist clients in obtaining compensation for the preventable injuries suffered inside these corporate-owned facilities.
New York Bar
New York University School of Law, J.D.
University of Florida, Masters Degree in Accounting
University of Florida, B.S. Degree in Accounting
University of Florida, Master of Laws in Taxation, LL.M.
Professional Associations and Leadership Activities
Florida Bar Association
New York State Bar Association