Attorney Noah Wexler
With over a decade of legal experience, Noah Wexler has handled tens of
thousands of cases and has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars.
With a keen eye for detail, Noah is a skilled negotiator and is able to
quickly identify the points that will force companies and insurers to
offer fair compensation. Determined to craft the best possible case, Noah
represents clients throughout the Gulf Coast and all of the United States.
Helping people when they’ve got nowhere else to turn is what inspires
Noah to be an effective trial attorney. He has focused his entire legal
practice on representing the needs and interests of injured workers. Leading
Arnold & Itkin’s efforts against manufacturers of transvaginal
mesh products and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, Noah has demonstrated
an unyielding commitment to advocate on the behalf of injured victims.
He was also pivotal in representing the individuals who had suffered from
the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
This tenacious commitment has led to consistent and notable success. Because
he is always working toward success, Noah makes it a point to start preparing
for trial immediately after taking a case. He is sure to calculate every
step and is well-equipped to challenge the largest companies and the law
firms that defend them.
Noah’s legal abilities have been recognized by the legal community,
and he has been listed as a Texas Super Lawyer® Rising Star, selected
as one of Texas’ Top Attorneys and Outstanding Young Lawyers, has
been acknowledged by the Texas Monthly as one of Texas’ Up-And-Coming
100 attorneys, and has received a 2017 Lifetime Achievement award. Moreover,
from 2014-2017, the National Trial Lawyers Associations listed him as
a Top 40 Under 40, and in 2017, the National Academy of Personal Injury
Attorneys appointed him as one of the Top 10 Under 40. As an active member
of the legal community, he is a part of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association,
the American Bar Association, and the American Association for Justice.
As a Houston native, Noah attended the University of Texas where he earned
his bachelor’s degree in Economics. He also attended South Texas
College of Law and graduated cum laude with his law degree. Even in his
academic career, he was dedicated to excellence, receiving many accolades
and serving as an assistant editor for the South Texas Law Review. During
this time of his life, he was also afforded the opportunity to serve as
a judicial clerk in the 11th Judicial District Court of Harris County.
Due to his extensive trial experience, taking 20+ cases to verdict and
obtaining thousands of dollars, Noah’s ability to effectively represent
his clients speaks for itself. Not only is he licensed to practice law
in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania, but he has also presented
on matters before the United States Supreme Court. Additionally, he has
represented clients in a number of United States District Courts, as well
as, the United States Third and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and Texas’
First and Fourteenth Court of Appeals.