Richard Noll, Attorney
Richard E. Noll has been representing clients with their personal injury cases for over seventeen years. He was admitted to the New York State Bar in January, 1994 and the New Jersey State Bar in 1993. He is admitted to the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He prides himself in always being more prepared than his adversary. It is his firm belief that a plaintiff’s personal injury attorney must first be honest with the client in the assessment of the case. Once it is determined that the client has a viable personal injury claim, then it is necessary to be creative and tenacious in his representation.
After graduating from Binghamton University in 1990 he attended Brooklyn Law School where he was elected to the Moot Court Honor Society. He obtained his Juris Doctorate degree in 1993 and went on to become an associate of two of today’s pre-eminent personal injury trial attorneys where he developed an eye for the creative prosecution of injured plaintiff’s claims and the steadfast belief and practice of “over-preparation.” Richard Noll firmly believes you must always be prepared to push the envelope in order maximize your client’s personal injury recovery.
After working as trial attorney and managing attorney for a large volume plaintiff’s personal injury firm for over a decade, Richard E. Noll started his own firm in 2005. He personally meets with every client of the firm and is always available for each client during and usually for many years after the conclusion of their personal injury cases. “The greatest thanks I receive from a client is the referral of a friend or family member in need of a personal injury attorney.”
Many members of the bar retain Richard Noll as trial or special counsel. Attorneys who practice other disciplines of law and other personal injury attorneys who cannot devote the time necessary to develop and prepare their clients’ files, look to Richard Noll to represent their injured clients.
Richard E. Noll is a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, New York State Bar Association and Nassau County Bar Association.
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