|Office: Tucson Litigation Office and Personal Injury Department
School: David earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Arizona and a law degree from the University of Arizona School of Law.
David J. Diamond received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona in 1982 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona School of Law in 1986.
While in law school, Mr. Diamond spent a semester working for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C. After law school he clerked for United States District Court Judge Roger G. Strand. Following his clerkship until 1992, Mr. Diamond worked for Molloy, Jones & Donahue litigating primarily commercial disputes.
Mr. Diamond began working for Goldberg & Osborne at the end of 1992. From 1994 through 2000, Mr. Diamond was the Managing Attorney for Goldberg & Osborne’s Southern Arizona offices. Since 2000 he has focused on litigating cases for seriously injured clients primarily in the following areas: Truck and Automobile Crashes, Fire and Explosion Accidents, Over Service of Alcohol Cases, Nursing Home Neglect Cases, Dangerous Condition Cases, and Insurance Coverage and Benefit Disputes. Mr. Diamond has obtained substantial recoveries for his clients including multiple recent seven figure recoveries.
Mr. Diamond believes that each and every client should be treated with respect and dignity, particularly while facing the challenges associated with serious injuries. He is a member of Rotary International, the American Association for Justice, the Arizona Association for Justice as a Board Member, the American Bar Association, and MADD as an Advisory Board Member. He also participates in Pima County’s Volunteer Lawyer Program and continues to be involved with the Tucson’s Jewish Community Center as a past member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Diamond’s outside interests include spending time with his family, cycling, hiking and SCUBA diving.