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PHONE: 954-367-6029



David Benjamin comes to DeMiles Law with a wealth of legal and litigation experience. Mr. Benjamin graduated suma cum laude from the University of Florida undergrad with a history major. He then earned his juris doctorate cum laude from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law. There, he achieved the position of managing editor on the College’s Law and Public Policy Journal, was a legal research/writing and trial advocacy teaching assistant and served as research assistant for Jon Mills, Esq. the Law School’s Dean Emeritus.

 After graduation, Mr. Benjamin decided to give back to his hometown community of Miami-Dade County by becoming an Assistant State Attorney. As a prosecutor, he gained invaluable experience litigating complex and difficult criminal cases, such as attempted murder, sexual assault, and drug trafficking. Mr. Benjamin’s skill and success in the courtroom lead to his promotion to the Chief Prosecutor for the Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Unit. There, he not only trained and managed dozens of young attorneys, but Mr. Benjamin also prosecuted numerous high-profile cases of domestic violence involving public officials, police officers and professional athletes.

After over a half dozen years as a prosecutor, Mr. Benjamin transitioned into private practice. He founded a small, boutique law firm which focused on litigating family and criminal law. He also taught numerous seminars and courses on domestic violence prosecutions for social service organization, governmental entities, and police departments. He also served on charter schools, alumni associations, and service organization’s boards of directors.

 Now, Mr. Benjamin has brought his litigation and negotiating skills to DeMiles Law, where he focuses on representing businesses and homeowners in their property claims with various insurance companies. His unique combination of communication skills, litigation experiences, and business acumen make Mr. Benjamin a unique advocate for you and your case.

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