"David and the team at Habush Habush and Rottier were not afraid to take my complicated personal injury case. They helped me to get a fair settlement quickly. I waited months instead of years. David and his team were easy to work with. I highly recommend them. My only regret is not contacting them sooner."
“From the moment I stepped foot into the meeting room to explain my story, David was straight forward and truthful every step of the way. Communication is the key to every good relationship!”
- Mario"I was in a car accident last year and hired Habush law firm. I worked with David for about a year. Being from India, I did not know the process here very well. He walked me through every step, was very patient and understanding. David is very through, detailed and promptly replied to all emails. He made it easy to work on the case and only contacted me when I needed to know something."
David Blinka is an associate in the firm’s Madison office where he has worked since 2012. Mr. Blinka’s practice encompasses various personal injury cases, including wrongful death, products liability and motor vehicle accidents. He began his career at Habush Habush & Rottier by assisting with the successful settlement of claims for over 200 property owners in the Town of Jackson, Wisconsin, who were impacted by groundwater contamination arising from the release of gasoline from a pipeline that ruptured.
Prior to joining Habush Habush & Rottier, Mr. Blinka dedicated his efforts to serving the public’s interest in securing justice and protecting legal rights while learning trial practice. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin Law School, Mr. Blinka grained felony trial experience as a volunteer prosecutor in the Violent Crimes Unit of the Milwaukee Count Dristrict Attorney’s office. During law school, Mr. Blink was a student attorney for the Wisconsin Innocence Project, where he helped to advance the project’s mission to correct weaknesses in the criminal justice system. He contributed to three cases that resulted in the release of the individuals found to be wrongfully convicted.
Mr. Blinka lives in Madison and stays active in the legal community through his involvement on the New Lawyer’s Section Board for the Dane County Bar Association, the Inns of Court, and the Wisconsin Association for Justice. Mr. Blinka volunteers for various programs conducted by the University of Wisconsin Law School. He also coordinates volunteer service projects and community activities as a board member of the Dane County Bar Association’s New Lawyers Division, in addition to participating in the Dane County Basic Estate Planning Clinic to assist members of the community with preparing their estate planning documents. His favorite charities include the American Cancer Society and Make a Wish Foundation.
In his free time, Mr. Blinka enjoys reading history, traveling to new areas of the world, and outdoor activities at any time of the year.