Attorney David F. Paulsen
Dunedin Personal Injury Attorney
Mr. David F. Paulsen was born in Elmhurst, Illinois and raised in Clearwater,
Florida. After graduating from Clearwater High School, he attended and
graduated from St. Petersburg College, and then from the University of
South Florida where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. Following
a decade in local and state law enforcement in the state of Florida, he
attended Western New England University School of Law in Massachusetts,
where he was selected as a member of the National Moot Court team and
competed before the Supreme Court for the State of Rhode Island.
Passionate Advocate for the Wrongfully Injured
While in Massachusetts, Mr. Paulsen practiced law with the now Denner-Pellegrino
law firm, focusing his representation in personal injury law, workers’
compensation law, business, contract litigation, and white collar crime.
Since returning to the Tampa Bay area over a decade ago, Mr. Paulsen has
focused his legal representation primarily on helping victims of automobile,
motorcycle, and watercraft accidents, as well as persons who have been
injured due to others’ carelessness and negligence. He is an experienced
Dunedin personal injury lawyer the founder of Paulsen Law Group.
Primary Practice Areas
Mr. Paulsen is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
the state of Florida, the United States District Court for the Middle
District of Florida (Eleventh Circuit), and the United State District
Court – District of Massachusetts (First Circuit). Mr. Paulsen represents
clients throughout the state of Florida and abroad.
Attorney Paulsen’s Interests & Advocacy
Since childhood, Mr. Paulsen has been an advocate for the outdoors and
the environment, as well as for the many activities and the enjoyment
they provide. He continues to support and promote sportsmen, and the environment,
and the need to involve persons of all ages to protect and preserve our
delicate resources. Mr. Paulsen maintains his affiliations with many outdoors
and environment-oriented organizations, such as the Coastal Conservation
Association (CCA), the International Game Fish Association (IGFA), Ducks
Unlimited, the Quality Deer Management Association, Save the Manatee,
and the Florida Wildlife Federation.
University of South Florida, B.A.
Western New England University School of Law, J.D.
- State of Florida
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (Eleventh Circuit)
- United State District Court – District of Massachusetts (First Circuit)