David Marchand received a B.A. in Journalism from Texas A&M University in 1983 and an M.S. in Aerodynamics from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1986. He then worked as an aeronautical engineer for Rockwell North American Aircraft, where he designed advanced combat aircraft and managed teams of engineers working on flight tests at Edwards Air Force Base in California. David was also one of the original aerodynamic designers on the X-31A experimental fighter aircraft.
In 1991, David returned to Texas to pursue a career in law and received his law degree from Southern Methodist University in 1994. Since then he’s handled hundreds of personal injury cases, including cases involving motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, construction injuries, chemical spills and exposure, manufacturing plant injuries, shootings and negligent security, airplane crashes, medical malpractice, and defective drugs and medical devices. David has also handled whistleblower cases under the False Claims Act, including cases involving Medicare fraud, and defective flight control systems on military aircraft. David has tried numerous cases to jury verdict, including a unanimous verdict for $8,800,000 for a patient’s injury.
David, a native Houstonian, is married and has five children. David’s passion for helping injured victims is evident in his continued commitment to pursue justice for those in need. At The Ammons Law Firm LLP, he continues to litigate a range of personal injury cases, including product defects, vehicle and trucking accidents, plant explosions, and catastrophic injury suits.
- Bachelor of Arts, 1983, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas
- Master of Science, 1986, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
- Juris Doctor, 1994, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Dallas, Texas
- State Bar of Texas, 1994
- U.S District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Texas
Awards & Accolades
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- American Association of Justice’s Litigating Tort Cases, “Drugs and Medical Devices”
- Nursing Practice and the Law, “Introduction to American Jurisprudence”
- The Texas Lawyer, “Medical Errors” (collection of articles)