Philadelphia native Dave Pizzica has been successfully handling six, seven, and eight-figure cases since he first graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 2010. Zealous representation of his clients has always been his number one priority. He understands how insurance companies operate and knows how to extract value for his clients when they bring lawsuits. While at Villanova Law, he was a member of the Law Review. Prior to Villanova, he graduated from Wake Forest University in North Carolina, and before that, Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern.
Upon graduating from law school, Dave worked at an international law firm located in Philadelphia, where he pursued large claims nationwide caused by fires, explosions, structural collapses, machinery and equipment failures, gas and water leaks, and natural catastrophes, including wildfires, windstorms, and floods. His timely, accurate, and efficient investigations and analyses built the foundation for successful claims for his clients. These skills directly translate to being able to help an injured client’s case from the minute the client walks in through the door.
Dave next moved to a regional law firm in Philadelphia where he successfully started a plaintiff’s-oriented practice, recovering millions of dollars for his clients. He also handled a number of defense matters for insurance companies, which allowed him to truly understand how insurance companies evaluate cases and what makes them payout on injury claims.
Dave joined Pansini, Mezrow & Davis in 2021 with a full toolbox of skills gathered from his 10 years of practice.
Dave is ready to help his fellow Philadelphians seek justice for injuries undeservedly caused to them.
In his free time, Dave loves to golf with his friends and spend time down the Jersey Shore with his wife Shannon and English bulldog Archie. He also supports the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in honor of his late father, Dr. Albert Pizzica, a renowned pediatrician and neonatologist in the Philadelphia area, and the Calliope Joy Foundation, supporting children with Leukodystrophy, in honor of his late younger sister Allison.