David L. Teasdale is a trial attorney focusing primarily on personal injury matters.
A native of McKinney, Texas, Mr. Teasdale graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. In 2010, he received his law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. While at OCU, Mr. Teasdale was an active member of the American Association for Justice Trial Team, serving as its president during his final year of law school. Mr. Teasdale received the prestigious Order of the Barristers award and selection as a national member of the The Order of the Barristers for having exhibited excellence and attaining high honor in the art of courtroom advocacy. Concurrent with his law degree, Mr. Teasdale received a Masters of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University's Meinders School of Business, graduating With Honors. He also received numerous awards, including the Deans Fellowship, and was a pupil of the Holloway Inn of Court and Turner Inn of Court.
Mr. Teasdale first joined Foshee & Yaffe as a law clerk in 2008. As a clerk, he was involved in numerous significant settlements and judgments in cases he assisted with, along with multiple motions before the Tenth Circuit of the United States Courts of Appeals, the Oklahoma Supreme Court, and the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Mr. Teasdale successfully tried his first case while still a third year law student and secured a verdict for his client.
Currently, Mr. Teasdale devotes his practice to helping victims of the actions, negligence, or products of others. He has tried many personal injury cases throughout the Oklahoma State District Courts. Mr. Teasdale has handled cases involving car wrecks and vehicular collisions; premises liability; civil rights; mass torts; and business, contract, and commercial disputes.
Mr. Teasdale is licensed to practice before all Oklahoma State District Courts; the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma; and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma.
Mr. Teasdale enjoys spending time with his three dogs, traveling, and being with his family.