A Compassionate Voice

As a zealous advocate for the rights of each client, David sparks positive change and elevates the dignity of citizens with disabilities. Learn more about David's work.

About David P. Moody

David is a trial attorney with a passion for representing people who are disabled or incapacitated. Raised in Olympia, Washington, David received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in 1990. After graduating from George Washington University School of Law in 1993, David joined the Seattle office of Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell, where he became a partner in 1998. He left the firm in 2005 and is currently a partner at Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP.

As the lead trial attorney in many cases on behalf of disabled or incapacitated citizens, David has:
David's cases are shaping the law and making positive changes.

David is proud to be a native Washingtonian and enjoys strong ties to the eastern side of the state. David’s grandfather Jack Edward Moody was born and raised in Dayton, Washington, and David’s great-grandfather Edward Maple Moody was the Sheriff of Columbia County, Washington. David’s maternal grandmother, Eva Armstrong, was one of the first female graduates of Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington.

Areas of Expertise: Social Work Negligence, Nursing Home Negligence, Daycare Negligence, and School Negligence