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A founding partner of Roberts, Matejczyk & Ita Co., LPA, David Matejczyk has devoted his entire legal career to the area of insurance subrogation. A member of the first Board of Directors of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals, he served as the chairman for the original and two subsequent annual national conferences of the organization.
During his years in practice in Ohio, he has achieved significant recoveries in virtually every area of subrogation.
Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Attorney status, highest possible national peer rating on legal ability, professional and ethical standards. (2008 - current)
University of Akron Adjunct Faculty Service Award (2015 & 2010)
President's Award, NASP (2004)
President's Award, NASP (2000)
NASP Appreciation Award / Inaugural NASP Convention (1999)
Commencement Speaker, Cambridge Springs High School (1994)
- 2016 Outstanding Alumni Award, Alliance College
Dean Dunmore Award for Outstanding Legal Research & Advocacy
Distinguished Advocate Award
Dean's Best Brief Writing Award
Captain, National Moot Court Team
National Moot Court Best Brief Team Award for Region IV (Ohio, Michigan & Kentucky)
Order of Barristers
"Mental Capacity as a Challenge to an Intentional Act Exclusion," (NASP Subrogator Magazine)
The Complexities of Ohio Subrogation (Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal)
“Pipe Freeze-A True Confession” (NASP Subrogator Magazine)
“Ohio Tort Reform and its Impact on Property Subrogation Claims (Subrogator Magazine)
Recognized contributor for the Ohio Chapter of “Workers Compensation Subrogation in all 50 States” “Torts, Contracts & Defenses.” (Co-authored) CSRP Course Text - 1st Edition
“Claims Involving the Amish: Analysis of an Amish Liability Aid Plan” (Subrogator Magazine)
“Workers Compensation Subrogation Returns to Ohio; An Analysis of Ohio’s New Workers Compensation Statute.” (Subrogator Magazine)
“Overcoming Recovery Obstacles on Losses Caused by Juveniles” (Subrogator Magazine)
“Minimizing the Risk of Reimbursement Disputes on Medical Pay Claims” (Subrogator Magazine)
“In the Wake of Holeton, et al. v. Crouse Cartage, et al.” Co-authored (Subrogator Magazine)
“Ohio Supreme Court Strike Workers Compensation Statute: An Analysis of Holeton v. Crouse Cartage, Co-authored (Subrogator Magazine)
Contributing Writer & Guest Columns in "The Erie Times-News," and "The Meadville Tribune"
“NASP Enters Debate on Ohio Workers Compensation Statute” (Subrogator Magazine)
Presenter, “Spot the Tortfeasor,” NASP Ohio Chapter Bi-Annual Meeting, ” Columbus, Ohio (2016)
Guest Speaker, “Ohio's New Subrogation Statute,” Wooster, Ohio (2015)
Presenter, “When Claims & Flames Collide,” PLRB & NASP Webinar (2015)
Presenter, “Spot the Tortfeasor,” NASP Annual Convention, Reno, Nevada (2015)
Guest Speaker, "Claims and Subrogation, Hand in Hand," Akron Claims Association (2014)
Presenter, "Ethics for Everyone," NASP Annual Conference - San Diego (2013)
Presenter, Subro College 200 - Mediation, NASP Annual Conference (2011)
Presenter, Subro College 200 - Mock Mediation, NASP Annual Conference (2010)
Presenter, "Legal Liability Considerations for Fire Departments and EMS - Seville Guilford Fire & EMS (2011)
Presenter, Subro College 200 - Litigation Overview Process, NASP Annual Conference (2009)
Speaker, Property Subrogation - National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (San Diego)
Presenter, Subro College 100 – Mock Mediation (NASP Annual Conference 2008)
Presenter, Mock Subro Trial - NASP Ohio Regional Chapter (Westfield, Ohio 2008)
Speaker, "Ohio Tort Reform Impact on Property Subrogation," NASP Ohio Regional Chapter (Cleveland, Ohio)
Speaker, “Subrogation Off the Beaten Path,” NASP Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida (2002)
Speaker, “Subrogation Challenges,” NASP Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada (2001)
Speaker, “Subrogation and the Insured” NASP Inaugural Conf. (1st General session of NASP!) (1999)
Correspondent and Guest on numerous segments of "Baseball Phd"
Guest Presenter at numerous in-house insurance training seminars
Former college baseball player.
OHSAA high school baseball umpire.
Special correspondent of the podcast team for Baseball Phd (conducting interviews as a co-presenter of professional players, owners, authors and others in the world of baseball).
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