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Attorney

David D. Larson, Jr.

David D. Larson, Jr. works with Paynter Law on matters involving primarily personal injury, wrongful death, auto accidents, workers' compensation, lithium-ion battery injuries, and nursing home abuse. Mr. Larson has recovered compensation for injured individuals through strategic pre-litigation negotiations as well as in litigation and at trial. He has successfully pursued wrongful death claims on behalf of the estate and family of loved ones killed in auto accidents as a result of someone else's negligence, and he has tirelessly fought and recovered compensation for victims of nursing home abuse and those with moderate to severe personal injuries.
David D. Larson, Jr.
experience accomplishments credentials

David began practicing law in North Carolina in 1998. He first worked for insurance companies, defending claims made by people either injured at work or by the negligence of someone else. In 2000, he started his own practice and spent the next ten years representing injured people and criminal defendants. Since 2009, his practice has focused solely on representing individuals injured by someone else or who lost their life as a result of someone else’s negligence.

In addition to his personal injury practice, Mr. Larson has coordinated with Legal Aid of North Carolina to provide pro bono legal services to victims of natural disasters. He has also served as a juror at the regional and state NCAJ High School Mock Trial Competition.

Publications & Presentations

  • “Estate Recovery Liens”. North Carolina Personal Injury Liens Manual, pp. 529-556. (Christopher R. Nichols, ed., 4th ed. 2018).
  • “Lithium-Ion Battery Litigation”. Live Webinar. (December 2018).
  • “Disbursements 2012: A Day Late and a Dollar Short”. NC Advocates for Justice. (January 20, 2012 and February 24, 2012).
  • “Ethics for Paralegals”. NC Advocates for Justice. (October 24, 2011).

Honors & Awards

  • NC Advocates for Justice Order of Service Award

Education

  • University of Wyoming College of Law, J.D.
  • Wake Forest University, B.A., English

Admitted to Practice

State

  • North Carolina

Federal

  • Eastern District of North Carolina

Membership

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
  • 10th Judicial District Bar
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice