David Donohue is a Senior Attorney at the firm and is in charge of the Disability Pension Department. David graduated from Binghamton University with a double major in Philosophy, Politics and Law and General Philosophy. While earning his undergraduate bachelor degree, he interned at McIntyre, Donohue, Accardi, Salmonson and Riordan in the Workers’ Compensation Department. He graduated from New York Law School in June of 2012 and began full-time work with McIntyre, Donohue, Accardi, Salmonson and Riordan in May of 2013 in the Social Security Disability Department.
Upon admission to the New York State Bar Association, David began representing injured workers before the Social Security Administration in pursuit of Social Security Disability benefits. After numerous successful cases before the Social Security Administration and the Social Security Appeals Council, David began representing New York State workers in pursuit of disability benefits from the New York State and Local Retirement System. David has worked on innumerable New York State disability pension cases and has played an instrumental role in all Article 78 appeals which McIntyre Donohue has successfully argued, most notably being DeMaio v. DiNapoli, which provided enhanced protections to correction officers in the New York State and Local Retirement System.
In addition to his work with members of the New York State and Local Retirement System, David also represents workers of the City of New York before the New York City Employees Retirement System. He currently lives in Suffolk County with his wife Jennifer.