David Hamilton Roos represents insurance carriers, third party administrators, and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims. He has authored many articles, including: "Recent Legal Developments in Workers' Compensation Law," published in the Winter 2011 Trial Advocate Quarterly; “Defending A Workers’ Compensation Claim on the Basis of Fraudulent Identity Under Chapter 440, Florida Statutes,” published in the Fall 2004 Trial Advocate Quarterly; and, co-authored the article “Using False Identification to Obtain Employment,” featured in the October 2008 edition of the Henderson Franklin’s employment law newsletter.
In 2009, David was elected to Henderson Franklin’s Executive Committee. He is also the associate coordinator.
Prior to joining Henderson Franklin, David lived in Coral Springs and practiced in Broward and Miami-Dade counties, representing insurance companies involving first-party homeowner property and casualty defense claims. David was born in Fort Myers and grew up in Cape Coral. He is married to Esther and has two daughters, Abigail and Hannah, and a son, Josiah.