University of Texas
B.S. Economics (2004)
South Texas College of Law
cum laude (2007)
- United States Supreme Court
- United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
- United States 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals
- Texas First Court of Appeals
- Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals
United States District Court
for the Northern District of Texas
United States District Court
for the Southern District of Texas
United States District Court
for the Eastern District of Texas
United States District Court
for the Western District of Texas
United States District Court
for the Middle District of Louisiana
United States District Court
for the Eastern District of Louisiana
- All Texas State Courts
- All Louisiana State Courts
- All Pennsylvania State Courts
- All New Mexico State Courts
Awards & Achievements
Best Lawyers® for
Admiralty and Maritime Law (2018)
- Texas Monthly
- Texas Top Young Lawyers (2017)
- Texas Up-And-Coming 100 (2017-2018)
America’s Most Honored
Top Attorneys: Texas’ Outstanding
Young Lawyers (2014-2016)
- Rising Star (2013-2018)
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers
Top 40 Under 40 by The
National Trial Lawyers (2014-2017)
Top 10 Under 40 – Personal Injury by the
National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys (2017)
America’s Top 100 Attorneys:
Lifetime Achievement Award (2017)
Membership in the Million and
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
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 included in The Best Lawyers in America® for Admiralty
and Maritime Law, 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 listed him as a Top 40 Under
40, he has been recognized in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National
Trial Lawyers, and in 2017, the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys
appointed him as one of the Top 10 Under 40. He was also named to the
10 Best Attorneys by American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys and
has earned membership in both the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates
Forum. 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.
$110 Million Recovered in Defective Product Case
Our firm helped recover $110 million on behalf of individuals who suffered from the use of dangerous product.
Arnold & Itkin’s legal team represented individuals who had been
harmed by the use of dangerous, defective products. We achieved a record
settlement on their behalf, recovering $110 million.
$105 Million Recovered for Victims of Defective Products
After suffering from defective products, the victims turned to our firm. We helped obtain $105 million on their behalf.
At our firm, we are proud to announce that we recently achieved a record
settlement on behalf of clients who had suffered from the use of dangerous,
defective products. In the end, we recovered $105 million.
$72 Million Recovery for Injured Worker
Our firm has obtained a record settlement for a worker who lost his arm in a tragic accident.
Jason Itkin, Cory Itkin, and Kurt Arnold are pleased that they were able
to resolve a case for an injured worker for $72 million. The worker lost
his arm and suffered other injuries in a terrible oil field accident.
Arnold & Itkin LLP was able to resolve the case in less than two years
and one week before trial. It is believed that the settlement is a record
victory. The settlement funds will ensure that the injured client will
have the best medical care possible for the rest of his life. The responsible
companies made several changes to its procedures to ensure that this type
of tragedy does not happen again.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $29,340,369.87.
$28 Million Settlement Secured
Our injury firm settled a massive case for our clients in a confidential resolution.
Arnold & Itkin LLP has secured the future for our client with a life-changing
case result. Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Jason Itkin, Noah Wexler, and Caj
Boatright obtained a $28 million settlement as the result of a confidential
case resolution. Our firm is pleased with the result because we know it
will go toward providing our client with lifelong stability.
$12.5 Million Award for Victims of Major Oil Spill
An award of $12.5 million was obtained by the team at Arnold & Itkin to cover the economic losses suffered by victims of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Victims of the tragic Deepwater Horizon oil spill benefited from the representation
of Kurt Arnold and Noah Wexler at Arnold & Itkin. The team navigated
the complex case and resolved the legal and administrative dilemmas that
arose. As a result, they obtained substantial compensation on behalf of
the victims to cover the economic damages suffered.
$12 Million Settlement Obtained for Injured Truck Driver
Arnold & Itkin secured a massive settlement for a truck driver who suffered a stroke while unloading heavy cargo—causing him severe and permanent injuries.
Attorney Cory Itkin has secured a sizable $12 million settlement for our
client—every penny of which will be needed to care for his permanent
disabilities. Our client was working as a truck driver when, while unloading
cargo, he suffered a massive stroke. As a result, the heavy cargo he was
unloading fell on him, causing further injury. The defendants attempted
to blame his injuries on being overweight and unloading the cargo improperly,
but Cory cut through their arguments quickly. The defendants were finally
left with no choice but to settle. Our team is thrilled that our client
will receive the medical care and financial stability he deserves for
the rest of his life.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $5,102,160.96.
$10M Recovered for Family of People Killed in Major Accident
Attorneys Jason Itkin and Noah Wexler reached an eight figure settlement on behalf of a family who lost two loved ones in a major motor vehicle accident that involved an 18-wheeler running a red light.
Our firm represented the family of two individuals who were killed after
an 18-wheeler ran a red light and crashed into their vehicle. Attorneys
Jason Itkin and Noah Wexler represented the family members during the
case and fought hard to hold the company responsible, ultimately reaching
an eight figure settlement.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $3,443,971.99.
$9.25 Million Award for Fire Victim
Arnold & Itkin fought for a family that lost a loved one in a fire. They received $9.25 million as a result of the firm’s representation.
Attorneys Jason Itkin & Noah Wexler were proud to represent a family
who lost their loved one to a disastrous fire. Although the defendants
contested liability and raised objections to try and defeat the family’s
claims, the firm overcame each defense. Prior to trial, the defendants
offered compensation and an award was given to the family.
Arnold & Itkin Team Secures $9,000,000 for Landowners
Louisiana landowners were represented by Kurt Arnold who brought suit against big oil companies attempting to clean out their property.
A settlement, valued at over $9 million, was reached on behalf of Louisiana landowners. Kurt Arnold was able to represent these men and women who brought suit against big oil companies bent on cleaning up their property. The land in question had been in these landowners' families for generations and the plaintiffs were concerned about contamination by oilfield operations. Arnold & Itkin attorneys were able to contact experts in the industry who determined the level of contamination that oil companies usually leave behind and they found it was typical for oil companies to refrain from cleaning up or remove their equipment after their operations were over. The lawsuit ended in a large settlement for the families of the landowners as well as full restoration of their properties by the oil companies.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $3,668,864.00.
$7 Million Recovered for Burn Injury Victims
Arnold & Itkin attorneys helped represent the rights of four individuals who were catastrophically injured after an accident at an oil refinery. We successfully recovered $7 million on their behalf.
Attorneys Jason Itkin, Cory Itkin, and Noah Wexler represented four clients
who had been catastrophically injured when an explosion occurred at an
oil refinery. The accident caused hot steam and coking material to cover
our clients after throwing them into a handrail. Our clients suffered
severe injuries, as well as burns to their face, head, back, legs, arms,
and more—even though they had been wearing protective gear at the
time of the incident. Our firm is proud to have reached a $7 million settlement
on our clients’ behalf.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $3,629,126.77.
$2.875M Settlement for Seriously Injured Worker
Our law firm was successful in uncovering the truth in a case where a worker sustained serious crush injuries to his arm and hand. In the end, we reached a favorable settlement of $2,875,000 on our client’s behalf.
After a serious accident left our client with crush injuries to his arm
and hand, he turned to Arnold & Itkin LLP for help. Attorneys Jason
Itkin, Noah Wexler, Ben Bireley, and Rebecca Adam stepped up to represent
the hurt worker, facing a defendant who not only refused to take responsibility,
but denied the incident ever happened. We worked tirelessly to uncover
the truth on behalf of our client and reached a settlement of $2.875M.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $1,435,442.73.
$2.35 Million Settlement Reached for Injured Deckhand
Our legal team reached a favorable settlement of $2,350,000 for a woman injured while working as a deckhand. She suffered a back injury when the tugboat that she was on collided with another vessel.
Attorneys Jason Itkin, Cory Itkin, and Noah Wexler worked together to recover
$2,350,000 on behalf of a woman working as a deckhand who suffered a back
injury severe enough to require surgery after her tugboat hit another
vessel. In the aftermath of the collision, both vessel owners denied liability,
choosing to instead blame the other vessel. They also attempted to minimize
our client’s injuries—arguing her claim was not credible,
her medical bills were overstated, and that she was indeed able to return
to work. Utilizing the Limitation of Liability Act, they also attempted
to cap their damages. This effort was blocked when Cory Itkin won in federal
court trial. After, we reached a favorable settlement just before the
second trial for damages was to begin in state court.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $1,211,098.26.
$2 Million for Gas Release Victims
The attorneys at Arnold & Itkin LLP won a $2 million settlement for 4 plaintiffs who were near a gas release at a Texas Exxon refinery.
A massive settlement was secured on behalf of four plaintiffs who were
injured in a gas release at at Exxon refinery in Texas. The case, which
involved numerous complex legal hurdles and even the Texas Supreme Court,
resulted in a $2 million settlement to Arnold & Itkin's clients.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $1,042,885.64.
$1,500,000 Jury Verdict Recovered in Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Arnold & Itkin obtained $1.5 million for a family who lost a loved one due to dangerous working conditions at a UPS warehouse.
Cory Itkin and Ryan MacLeod of Arnold & Itkin argued and won a case
in Harris County that found UPS had acted with gross negligence, not just
ordinary negligence, in creating dangerous working conditions that led
to the death of a young man who worked in one of their warehouses. The
UPS worker suffered a cardiac arrhythmia while working in a warehouse
that wasn’t air-conditioned during the heat of summer. UPS argued
that the young man was already known to have a serious heart condition
since birth, and that the man had worked there for the past six years
and knew the working conditions, which were typical for UPS warehouses.
Before trial, they offered the bereaved family no more than $150,000.
Arnold & Itkin was able to obtain the unanimous verdict needed to
deem that UPS was responsible for dangerous working conditions due to
their gross negligence, securing $1.5 million in compensation for the
surviving family members.
$1.2 Million Recovered for Victim of Toxic Inhalation
After inhaling toxic fumes on a tugboat, our client suffered lung injuries. Our firm took on the case, winning in federal court trial and then reaching a favorable settlement just before the second trial in state court.
The legal team of Jason Itkin, Cory Itkin, and Noah Wexler helped a Beeville,
Texas deckhand who inhaled toxic fumes on a tugboat and suffered lung
injuries as a result. According to the defendants, the barge connected
to the tugboat did not have toxic materials present, which would have
made our client’s injuries impossible. They also pursue a case in
federal court involving the Limitation of Liability Act in an attempt
to cap their damages. Despite these efforts, Cory Itkin first won the
case in federal court (Houston, TX) and then reached a favorable settlement
just before a second trial on damages was to be held in state court (Galveston
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $539,647.96.
$1.1 Million Settlement Obtained for Victim of Multivehicle Truck Accident
Arnold & Itkin negotiated a seven-figure settlement right before trial was scheduled to start, despite the defendant refusing to acknowledge fault.
Attorneys Noah Wexler, Ben Bireley, and Rebecca Adams reached a settlement
for a man who suffered serious back and neck injuries in a multi-vehicle
accident—one of which was an 18-wheeler. Our client's injuries
demanded multiple surgeries, keeping him from earning a living. Despite
his serious injuries, the defendant downplayed our client's pain and
attempted to shift the blame onto the other vehicles in the accident.
Arnold & Itkin worked right up to the trial to hold the company accountable
for their employee's conduct. Our team's efforts paid off—at
the last minute, the company decided to settle with our client rather
than face a jury. We are proud to have helped our client get the justice
and stability he needed while he recuperates from his injuries.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $461,061.89.
$975,000 Settlement Reached for Hurt Truck Driver
Noah Wexler and Ben Bireley represented a trucker hurt by another’s careless driving and were ultimately successful in reaching a favorable settlement of $975,000 on his behalf.
After suffering from the careless driving of another, an injured truck
driver turned to our firm for help. Noah Wexler and Ben Bireley took on
the case and successfully reached a $975,000 settlement on his behalf.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $421,615.98.
$750,000 Settlement Secured for Victim of 18-Wheeler Crash
Arnold & Itkin obtained a settlement from a trucking company on behalf of a woman injured by one of its drivers.
Attorneys Ben Bireley and Noah Wexler reached a settlement on behalf of
a woman who was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler. She was traveling on I-45
south when her car was struck by a commercial truck. Despite being rear-ended,
the driver and his employer denied any liability for the woman's injuries,
which were significant. However, once we started demanding answers, they
quickly changed directions—shortly after, they settled with our
client for $750,000. Thanks to the settlement, our client will get medical
care without worrying about the future.
Attorney's fees and expenses totaled $333,481.11.
* Client’s portion of total recovery may be subject to Medicare / Medicaid reimbursement claims, Medicare / Medicaid liens or other third-party claims or liens. These verdicts and settlements are intended to be representative of cases handled by Arnold & Itkin LLP. These listings are not a guarantee or prediction of the outcome of any other claims.