David Dwork concentrates his practice in traumatic brain injury litigation. For over 30 years, he has successfully helped countless survivors of brain injury in their legal battles, guiding them through the legal system and providing the experience, skill and resources required for a successful trial or out-of-court settlement. In 2011, he was selected by his peers for the “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” list.

Mr. Dwork is a former Assistant District Attorney for Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was a law clerk (1978-79) to the Honorable Frank J. Kennison, Chief Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court. He also served as a teaching fellow at Boston College Law School (1979-80). Mr. Dwork graduated magna cum laude from Boston University Law School (1977).

Mr. Dwork has published numerous articles and is an accomplished lecturer on civil litigation matters, particularly traumatic brain injury. He is very active with the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts, where he serves as their legal counsel and is a past President. He is also a member of the National Brain Injury Association.

Publications and Speaking Engagements

“Building Your Civil Trial Skills”
National Business Institute
December 14, 2006

“Building Your Civil Trial Skills”
National Business Institute
December 14, 2006

“The 2004 Homelessness and Brain Injury Conference”
Neuro-Rehab Management, Inc.
October 28, 2004

“How to Litigate Your First Civil Trial in Massachusetts”
National Business Institute
June 18, 2004

“Trying the Soft Tissue Injury Case in Massachusetts”
One Day Seminar providing an in-depth review of the issues and successful techniques involved in soft tissue injury cases
December 17, 2001

“Preparation and Trial of the Traumatic Brain Injury Case”
Lorman Education Services
December 12, 1997

“Premises Liability: Preparation and Trial of a Difficult Case in Massachusetts”
National Business Institute
October 28, 1998

“Proving and Disputing Damages in Massachusetts”
National Business Institute
June 25, 1996

“Trying the Automobile Injury Case in Massachusetts”
National Business Institute
November 30, 1994

“Trying the Auto Accident Case”
National Education Network
February 18, 1994

“Child’s Action for Loss of Consortium”
Boston University Law Review, 1976

Community Membership

  • National Brain Injury Association, Member
  • Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts, Member, Legal Counsel (former President of the Massachusetts Brain Injury Association)
  • American Trial Lawyers Association, Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group
  • Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, Board of Governors