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Our Team

Our Team

The Law office of David E. Fink is committed to Insuring the Protection of and Aggressive Representation on Behalf of Those Fighting Insurance Companies. From Business Litigation, To Workers Compensation, Anything that goes to a Court Room is Where You Need This Firm. We Treat Every Case Like its Our Only One and We Will Not Rest Until We Have Done Everything Possible to Win Your Case.


David E Fink

David E. Fink is the recipient of the prestigious “AV Outstanding” Rating From Martindale-Hubbell National Attorney Rating Firm. He has been honored by inclusion in The Bar Register Of Pre-eminent Attorneys, has been a speaker at The Judicial Institute of Maryland and has lectured and published extensively in the area of Insurance Dispute and Workers’ Compensation

With Over 25 Years Of Experience As An Attorney In The Areas Of

  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Insurance Disputes
  • Criminal Defense
  • Life Insurance
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Lead Paint Poisoning
  • Business Litigation

Co-author of the Workers' Compensation Manual for Attorney's

The Workers’ Compensation Manual has been the authoritative workers’ compensation reference for Maryland attorneys for more than three decades. Its authors include some of the state’s most respected practitioners, who bring a wealth of experience in litigating, defending and adjudicating workers’ compensation claims.

Attorney Fink, considered one of the “state’s most respected practitioners” was part of a team that brought a “wealth of experience in litigating, defending and adjudicating workers’ compensation claims” to the publication thats considered the definitive paper on workers compensation in the state of Maryland.

Alan J. Mensh, Esq.

Alan J. Mensh, Esq.

Alan Mensh spent over two decades at one of the largest personal injury law firms in suburban Maryland and the District of Columbia (Ashcraft & Gerel) where he started as an associate and worked his way to an equity partner and select member of the firm’s management committee. Alan has successfully worked with clients who were injured in rental properties. Many of these cases involve childhood lead poisoning. Young, vulnerable children exposed to toxic lead levels have experienced significant learning disabilities, attention disorders, and problems with their education and employment opportunities. He also has helped people injured by construction accidents, automobile collisions, and general premises liability.

As part of his efforts, Mr. Mensh has written legal briefs and delivered oral arguments in over 30 appellate cases, several of which have established important precedents in the field of lead paint litigation and general consumer protection law. His most recent win before the Supreme Court of Maryland resulted in a legal precedent holding for the first time a foreclosing bank responsible for complying with the Baltimore City Housing Code after a purchase of a property at foreclosure auction. Hector v. Bank of New York Mellon, 244 Md. 322 (2021).

Mr. Mensh has well‑regarded skills as both a litigator and negotiator, having won six‑and seven‑figure jury verdicts, as well as numerous substantial out‑of‑court settlements on behalf of his clients.

In one recent memorable case, Mr. Mensh helped a young boy through years of protracted litigation after finding that he had been exposed to lead paint as a child. Previous attorneys had tried to help the child, but none were successful given the complexities of the case. Mr. Mensh discovered a defendant that all the previous lawyers had ignored, which breathed new life into the case.

The client was an orphan, living in foster care, with no living relatives that could serve as witnesses to his very serious case. Mr. Mensh needed a link to the past to make his case. Mr. Mensh was able to jog the memory of his client, by now a young man, until he recalled an elementary school teacher who had been very involved in his life. Working with his team, Mr. Mensh located this woman who had seen the boy’s living conditions in his youth and was able to serve as an important witness in the case. Through this newfound witness and the evidence she provided, Mr. Mensh was able to connect his client’s case to his past living conditions and then build a solid case, which resulted in a very significant settlement for his client.

After receiving his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mr. Mensh began his career in criminal defense, a move that allowed him to develop an expansive set of trial skills. He later transferred these skills to his personal injury work at a Baltimore area firm, where he spent nearly a decade further honing his skills. Mr. Mensh then joined Ashcraft & Gerel in 2000 and focused his attention on cases involving product liability and serious personal injury.

Mr. Mensh has lectured to a national audience of fellow attorneys on the topic of using expert witnesses in lead paint poisoning litigation. He has also been interviewed and featured in the media concerning his vast experience with childhood lead paint cases. These include the Baltimore Sun, National Public Radio, Montgomery County Cable Television, Lawyers USA, the Daily Record, and several local radio shows. He has also been retained by fellow trial lawyers in order to serve as an expert witness. Mr. Mensh lives with his wife and family in Baltimore.
  • B.A., University of Maryland, 1989
  • J.D., University of Baltimore, 1992
  • Maryland
  • Washington, D.C.
  • United States District Court for the District of Columbia
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland
  • AV Preeminent® Rating, Martindale-Hubbell®

Professional Associations

  • American Association for Justice
  • Baltimore City Bar Association
  • Maryland Association of Justice
  • Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C

Justin M Daniel

Justin helps fight for the rights of victims of Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Employment Discrimination, and Workers’ Compensation. Justin also helps clients who are not being paid correctly or who are otherwise being treated unfairly by their employers. Justin has experience in a broad range of matters, including wage and hour, ADA and FMLA matters, allegations of discrimination and retaliation, civil lawsuits arising out of the performance of job functions, wrongful discharge, business litigation, and civil rights matters.

Mr. Daniel’s background includes federal and state civil and criminal investigations and litigation, high-stakes construction litigation, and insurance defense litigation. Justin uses his experience in working for a large corporate defense firm to fight for his clients’ rights and to provide excellent service at the lowest possible cost.

Professional Memberships

  • Member – American Bar Association
  • Member – Maryland State Bar Association
  • Member – State Bar of Georgia


  • “INSIGHT: A 10-Minute Primer on Litigation Finance,” Bloomberg Law (September 2018)
  • “Safe Leave: Employers’ Evolving Obligations to Domestic Violence and Stalking Victims” (August 2018 Baker Donelson Employment Law Newsletter)
  • “A Matter of Time: The Growing Recognition of an Employee’s “Right to Disconnect” ” (June 2018 Baker Donelson Employment Law Newsletter)
  • “Ransomware And Medical Devices: A Growing Risk,” Law360 (September 2017)
  • “Power Outage Shows Unique Risks for Airport Cybersecurity” (June 2017 Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Group Newsletter)
  • “Ransomware Imminently Expected to Target Medical Devices” (May 2017 Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Group Newsletter)
  • “Government Deadline Looms for Training on Insider Threats” (May 2017 Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Group Newsletter)

Tehila Feldbaum

Tehila Feldbaum is an associate at the Law Offices of David E. Fink. Tehila brings  her experience in Personal Injury litigation, Criminal defense work, and Labor and Employment issues relating to wage and hour law, FLSA, and the new Maryland Healthy Working Families act. At the heart of Tehila’s practice is her strong advocacy and her keen attention to detail. 

Tehila was also elected to the Maryland State Central Committee in the November 2018 election.  This has further cemented her role as a community activist and advocate in the political arena.

Tehila graduated from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. She clerked for The Honorable Judge E. Angeletti in the area of mediation.  

Professional Memberships:

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Maryland State Central Committee
  • Maryland Association for Justice 
  • The Associated
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Member
National Association of Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyer
National College for DUI Defense Member
Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association