David P. Huber

Location : Chicago, Illinois

Fax : 312-977-0795

Email : E-mail Me

David Huber is a 1993 graduate of Loyola University School of Law, in Chicago. He graduated from the University of Illinois, in Champaign-Urbana in 1990. Dave joined the firm as a law clerk in 1991 and has been an associate attorney since being licensed. He concentrates his practice in Personal Injury, Products Liability, Wrongful Death and Workers’ Compensation cases.

He has pursued numerous cases to verdict in the United States District Court and the Law Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County as well as surrounding jurisdictions such as Lake, Will, DuPage, Kane, Stephenson, Rock Island, Whiteside and Kane counties. In addition, he has argued in the Appellate Court of Illinois. Some of his recent significant verdicts and settlements are:

A.C. v. S. Miles
E.G. v. Town of Cicero
B.K. v. Civic Opera House
P.S. v. Ford Motor Company
K.M.C. v. Dean Foods
M.T. v. Bottling Co.
L.R. v. A.D. and Olsson Roofing Co.
D.K. and A.M. v. Alco Truck, Inc.
M.F. and G.S. v. Clark USA, Inc.
P.S. v. Chrysler
E.G. v. General Motors Corporation
L.G. v. Valujet Airlines
K.K. v. Yamaha
C.C. v. Ledraplastic
D.V. v. Ford Motor Company
T.K. v. Giant Bicycle
J.T. v. Mitsubishi
H.S. v. Yard Horse Trucking Company
D.G. v. Unique Indoor Comfort, Inc.
J.P. v. Ford Motor Company, Inc.

Mr. Huber has lectured at Illinois Trial Lawyers Association seminars and has co-authored a chapter on “Intersectional Collisions” for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education and “Sunshine in Litigation” published in the Illinois Bar Journal.

He has been lead counsel in several jury cases in Cook County and many arbitration hearings. He serves as an arbitrator in various matters including insurance disputes.

He is an active member of the Chicago Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, now the American Association for Justice (ATLA/AAJ) and the Illinois State Bar Association. He serves on several committees; including the Board of Managers of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) as well as the ISBA committees on Judicial Evaluation and Civil Practice and Procedure. He is an elected member of the ISBA Assembly.

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois, 1993


  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois