After receiving his Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, passing the Nevada Bar in 2005, and being hired by the Richard Harris Law Firm in Las Vegas, David Boehrer could not erase the impact of the following case: “When I first began practicing law, I handled a wrongful death case in Pahrump where a girl was killed by a fire truck that was not using sirens or lights while running a red light. The statutory maximum protected the city from this type of negligence. I felt it was unfair to let the city off so easily. Since then I have been motivated to get this changed and at the same time to help my clients in any way possible.”
Perhaps that significant memory explains why David’s favorite quote is “And the world spins madly on”. The outcome of this case has fueled his lifelong desire to be a great lawyer. During law school David clerked two years with the Law Office of Frank D. Penney, a Sacramento Personal Injury firm where he focused his attention on the litigation portion of the practice. He was the recipient of a scholarship at California State University Sacramento, where he received his undergraduate degree, and another scholarship at McGeorge School of Law. David has handled many different types of cases in his career ranging from slip and falls to major motor vehicle and big rig accidents.
Even though David would argue that most cases are settled out of court, his goal is to work the case towards trial in order to get the best result. David’s practice of law focuses on Automobile accidents, Motorcycle accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, and product liability. As the founder and co-Chair of the Nevada Justice Association’s (NJA) Club X, David and Club X members have been busy organizing and attending CLE seminars and helping to organize different social events for the group. David also serves on NJA’s Convention Committee and helps to assure the convention provides a variety of CLE, social, and recreational opportunities for all NJA members. David is a current board member on the NJA and devotes a substantial amount of time to helping people.