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Washington, D.C. Personal Injury Attorneys

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Trial Attorneys Serving the Washington
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Trombly & Singer, PLLC, is an established Washington D.C. personal injury law firm with the experience and knowledge to effectively assist clients in a wide range of serious injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents, slip & falls, medical malpractice, workplace accidents, traumatic injury matters, and wrongful death cases. We have successfully represented a broad range of clients, from infants to the elderly, who have suffered serious injuries as the result of negligence or the intentional misconduct of another individual or entity.

We deliver personal attention to our clients by listening, remaining accessible, and promptly responding to their needs. Our firm is selective in its cases. We efficiently manage our workload to ensure the consistent delivery of exceptional service and personal commitment to each and every client.

Personal Injury Matters

Suffering from a serious injury is a terrible reality. Not only does a serious injury impact your life physically, it can take its toll financially and emotionally. If you are injured because of another’s wrongdoing, you may be entitled to compensation for all of your resulting losses. As you recover, our firm will fight for your rights. Trombly & Singer, PLLC handles a wide range of personal injury matters, including:

Meet Our Team

Kenneth Trombly

Mr. Trombly is a civil trial attorney whose practice is limited to catastrophic injury litigation on behalf of injured persons and their families in state and federal courts. Licensed in the District of Columbia and in Maryland, he is ranked AV by Martindale Hubbell, the oldest organization in the United States involved in peer review evaluations of attorneys; and also has a 10/10 rating with AVVO.

Mr. Trombly has handled numerous significant cases on behalf of seriously injured persons, from six and seven figure settlements and verdicts to noteworthy cases that have resulted in local or national publicity.

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Daniel Singer

Daniel S. Singer is a partner at Trombly & Singer and a civil trial attorney. Mr. Singer’s work has primarily focused on prosecuting catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases in the District of Columbia and Maryland, and he currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Trial Lawyers Association of Washington, D.C.

With a history of successful verdicts and settlements, including multiple seven figure wins, Mr. Singer celebrates an esteemed reputation.

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Noah Trombly

Noah S. Trombly is an associate at Trombly & Singer. Prior to joining the firm, Noah served as a law clerk to the Honorable Anthony C. Epstein of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. An active member of the legal community outside of the office, Noah is devoted to the representation of injured persons who must turn to the courts for justice.

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Adam Trombly

Adam S. Trombly is an associate attorney at Trombly & Singer. Prior to joining the firm, he served as an Assistant State's Attorney in Prince George’s County, Maryland for almost eight years. He now uses this extensive trial experience to represent seriously injured clients and their families.

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Reviews From Our Clients

Thank you for helping me in my case. Please don’t hesitate to contact this law firm. I highly recommend them. They are professional and very attentive.

— Renato D., December, 2023

I highly recommend this law firm for its professional competence and personal touch. Don’t hesitate to contact them when in need.

— A.H., June, 2023

I know Dan Singer to be professional, knowledgeable, and experienced. I recommend him 100%.

— Joshua P., April, 2023

Ken Trombly was very attentive and really went to bat for me. And his entire staff is fantastic. They were all super supportive and amazing, I would very much recommend them to everyone.

— Karen B., September, 2022

After I was hit by a car, a friend of mine suggested that I reach out to Dan Singer. A little over a year later, I’m definitely glad I took his advice. Dan is a smart, creative, and trustworthy attorney who consistently went above and beyond to keep me updated about my case, answer my questions, and make sure I fully understood my options. Dan and his team, especially Kile, were also super efficient, responsive, and a pleasure to work with. Ultimately they were able to reach what I think was a fair settlement under the circumstances, and while I hope I won’t be needing a personal injury attorney again any time soon, I’d highly recommend Dan and his team to anyone who does! A huge thank you to Dan, Kile, and the entire Trombly & Singer team!

— Amanda C., February, 2022

Daniel Singer and his team were incredible! After a long journey, my case was settled and none of that would have been possible without Daniel believing in my case. I’m forever grateful for their representation and support. Would highly recommend this firm to anyone!

— Christina V., January, 2022
Our Successful Case Results
$4,200,000 Serious Falls

Settlement on behalf of a guest at a Washington, D.C. apartment complex who suffered catastrophic injuries when he was shot by an intruder as a result of inadequate security.

$1,450,000 Serious Falls

Recovery on behalf of a tenant of a large apartment complex in Alexandria, Virginia who suffered a traumatic brain injury after slipping on falling on untreated black ice.

$875,000 Serious Falls

An elderly woman was injured after an escalator in the Metro subway system unexpectedly stopped.

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$2,700,000 Auto Accidents

A federal government contractor sustained a mild traumatic brain injury and fractures in a Washington, D.C. truck collision.

$1,500,000 Auto Accidents

A part-time worker in her 70’s who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury from an automobile collision.

$1,300,000 Auto Accidents

Two elderly women each sustained fractures in a car wreck.

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$8,350,000 Medical Malpractice

A jury verdict in a case that involved a knee replacement procedure that ultimately led to leg amputation.

$769,000 Medical Malpractice

D.C. Superior Court jury verdict in an orthopedic surgery negligence case involving deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism that resulted in death.

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$2,750,000 General Injury

A federal employee sustained a severe spinal cord injury due to a defective building design and inadequate safety precautions.

$2,500,000 General Injury

A Virginia resident was injured at a construction site in Washington, D.C. from a piece of heavy HVAC equipment that fell and struck him.

$725,000 General Injury

A female student was sexually assaulted in a Washington, D.C. school.

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Our Approach

The cornerstone of Trombly & Singer’s success is the determination to provide clients with the effective legal services they need and the human touch they deserve. We prepare every case to go to trial even though many settle without the need for court. A reasonable settlement, when it can be achieved, eliminates the uncertainty of a trial while avoiding the emotional turmoil of litigation.

The attorney responsible for your case will be involved from the initial investigation, through discovery, all court proceedings, mediation and, if necessary, through the trial. Your attorney will know your case inside and out from beginning to end. To us, you are not just a number. Your case is as important as the last and the next.

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