David S. TenBrook is licensed to practice law in Florida and Colorado. He is a native of Kokomo, Indiana, and attended Indiana University, where he served on the Student Senate, edited the college newspaper, and received various academic awards. He left prior to receiving his undergraduate degree to attend Baylor Law School, where he was nominated to the Baylor Law Review on the basis of grades.
After the first year, he transferred to Indiana University School of Law. While there, he clerked for Charles H. Scruggs, a well-known attorney practicing in the areas of criminal, personal injury, family law, and civil litigation, and interned for the Honorable James E. Noland, Federal District Court, Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division.
He graduated cum laude with his LL.B., after which he moved to Denver, Colorado, and practiced with an insurance defense firm handling state and federal court litigation. During that time he practiced mainly in the areas of personal injury and insurance law, handling a wide variety of cases including asbestos, toxic torts, auto accidents, insurance bad faith, insurance coverage, and arson claims. Additionally, he authored articles for CLE seminars.
Prior to moving to Florida, he became employed at a more varied firm, where he continued to engage in personal injury causes and practiced criminal and civil litigation, in addition to serving as a special prosecutor when the local prosecutor had conflicts.
After moving to Florida, he practiced for a short time with a Plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Tampa prior to establishing his own firm in 1987, where he continues to practice. In 2008, he was awarded his Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Taxation from the Washington School of Law with highest honors (Summa Cum Laude).