A Premier Personal Injury Lawyer in the San Francisco Bay Area

Named in Best Lawyers in America - every edition

David Baum provides excellent legal representation and personal attention to people who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries or families who have lost loved ones.

Representing clients in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, and throughout the United States, personal injury lawyer David B. Baum has obtained outstanding results for clients injured in the U.S. and abroad.

Nationally known, he has tried over 200 cases to a verdict.

David Baum has obtained some of the largest verdicts in U.S. history including a landmark $71 million verdict for a brain-damaged child.

A distinguished career handling serious personal injury and wrongful death cases.

Trial lawyer David Baum handles cases involving:

  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • wrongful death cases
  • Car accidents
  • Public transportation accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Dangerous buildings and places
  • Dangerous roads and conditions
  • Defective products or faulty machinery
  • Injury to tourists in the U.S. or abroad

Contact David Baum to discuss your claim. Consultations are free. No charge until claim is successful.

Law Office of
David B. Baum

35 Miller Avenue #230
Mill Valley CA 94941
Telephone: 415.810.6940
Email: db@baumlaw.pro

  • Listed - Super Lawyers of Northern California
  • Elected - International Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Named - San Francisco's Top Attorneys 2011, San Francisco Chronicle
  • Recognized - National Lecturer and Author on advanced trial practice
  • Listed - Most Respected Lawyers in California, State Bar Journal
  • Nominated - Trial Lawyer of the year, San Francisco Trial Lawyers


Trial attorney David B. Baum provides legal representation for seriously injured people in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, including Oakland and San Jose and all of Alameda, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties, as well as international travelers who have suffered serious injuries while traveling in the U.S.