Noah S. Trombly

Trial Attorney


Noah Trombly is an associate attorney at Trombly & Singer. Since joining the firm in 2019, Noah has successfully litigated a variety of catastrophic injury cases in state and federal courts in the District of Columbia and Maryland. Noah obtained a $4.2 million settlement for an individual grievously injured in a shooting as a result of inadequate security at a Washington, D.C. apartment complex and has obtained numerous six-figure settlements for clients in car crashes as well as premises liability cases. Among other cases, Noah obtained a $565,000 settlement for a driver in a car crash who sustained a concussion and tearing of cartilage in his hip; a $512,000 settlement for an elderly woman who fell and fractured her leg in her apartment unit’s bathtub after she requested but did not receive ADA-compliant grab bars; and a $500,000 settlement for a pedestrian who fractured her elbow when she was struck by a bus while crossing the street.

Prior to joining the firm, Noah completed a clerkship with the Honorable Anthony C. Epstein of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Noah graduated, cum laude, from William & Mary Law School. During law school, Noah served as an Articles Editor on the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, interned with the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, and externed with the Honorable Russell F. Canan of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. He earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Noah is a member of both the District of Columbia and Maryland bars. He is an active member of the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., where he currently serves on the Board of Governors, as well as the Maryland Association for Justice, and the American Association for Justice.

Noah lives with his wife and son in Bethesda, Maryland.

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