I graduated from The Ohio State University in 1989 with a BSBA. I went on to Law School at Cleveland Marshall College of Law, obtaining a Juris Doctorate in 1992. I have been practicing law since 1992. I initially started as an Assistant County Prosecutor, handling criminal matters for the State of Ohio. After leaving the Prosecutor’s Office, I provided defense work for Farmers Insurance Company. At Farmers I defended personal injury cases. Since 1995, I have been representing parties in actions to recover from personal injury accidents. I have also been defending clients charged with criminal offenses. Lastly, I have been representing business clients in everything from setting up their corporation to handling complex litigation.
The Law Office of David W. Reuven is a complete service, client-oriented law firm practicing in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury and business law. Principal, Attorney David Reuven, has been involved in law since 1992. David Reuven was a successful prosecuting attorney for the State of Ohio and has taught law and investigation courses in high school and college. As a former prosecutor and insurance defense lawyer, David Reuven has significant trial knowledge and strong cooperation skills. In his current practice of civil and criminal law, David Reuven is committed to providing each client with the high quality of legal services in the most professional and valuable way. David Reuven’s focus is on creating deep and personal relationships based on belief and self-confidence while recognizing the significance of each client’s concern and specific desires. Our firm knows how important your case is to you. We are not an official mill trying to get quick settlements and plea bargains. Our concentration is on each client’s needs to make sure we get the most achievable results for our clients. David Reuven is licensed in state and federal court and services the Northeast Ohio counties, including but not limited to, Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, Portage, Summit, Geauga, Medina, Ashtabula, Trumbull and Erie.