David A. Warnick concentrates his practice in transportation, product liability and general liability. His cases have ranged from defending commercial transportation carriers, refuse and recycling companies, and private ambulance services, among others. Mr. Warnick’s practice also includes defending excess liability carriers in the most catastrophic types of losses. He also handles a variety of large exposure products liability cases that involve warnings and/or product defect issues in the context of both subrogation and/or personal injury.
He recently completed course work at Harvard on cybersecurity and information risk management to help his clients address a dramatic increase in cybersecurity insurance claims.
Mr. Warnick received his J.D. from Capital University Law School. While earning his degree, he worked as law clerk for a personal injury law firm. In addition, he externed for Judge Norah McCann King at the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He also externed at the Federal Public Defenders office in Ohio working on death penalty appeals.
Mr. Warnick recently wrote about the Neuhengen ruling and how plaintiff attorneys might use the ruling to inflate punitive damages in personal injury cases. His article was published in the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel’s IDC Quarterly. Please download a PDF of the article by clicking here.
He is also a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel.
Co-Author, "The Element of Proximate Cause in a Personal Injury Lawsuit:
Analysis, Complicating Factors, and Changing Jury Instructions," IDC Quarterly, Vol. 32, Number 3.