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David A Wenner

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  1. Mr. Wenner

    Posted by dkenningtonbejar, a Medical Malpractice client,
    Overall rating
     Excellent
    Trustworthy
     Excellent
    Responsive
     Excellent
    Knowledgeable
     Excellent
    Kept me informed
     Excellent
    • I recommend David Wenner.
    • I hired David more than 3 years ago.
    • David handled my Medical Malpractice matter.
    • I have previously worked with 3-5 lawyers.

    Mr. Wenner displayed empathy and understanding during my case. The process of the case was very emotional for me. Mr. Wenner explained and guided me through the process in a way that was easy to understand. I felt at all times he was my advocate. The result of the case was positive.

  2. David Wenner is an excellent lawyer and Trial Consultant

    Posted by David B, a Medical Malpractice client,
    Overall rating
     Excellent
    Trustworthy
     Excellent
    Responsive
     Excellent
    Knowledgeable
     Excellent
    Kept me informed
     Excellent
    • I recommend David Wenner.
    • I hired David more than 3 years ago.
    • David handled my Medical Malpractice matter.
    • I have previously worked with more than 10 lawyers.

    I have known David For over twenty years. Has great insight on how to how to present your case to todays jurors. He has done extensive research on jury decision making and the process that jurors process information presented to them. David has consulted for me in a number of cases and his recommedations in presenting information in a way that the jurors the jury could understand and relate to has always been "right on." David is a voracious reader and student of all the latest jury research and is able to apply that research in a meaning way so as to utilize the beliefs of jurors in a clear and
    consise manner.