Noah Wexler is a fearless trial lawyer, having handled tens of thousands of cases throughout his decade-long career. He’s recovered hundreds of millions on behalf of his clients through his dedication, attention to detail, preparation, commitment to his craft, and a unique ability to identify pressure points that drive companies and their insurers to pay top dollar for their negligent conduct. He focuses on catastrophic offshore injury cases, 18-wheeler collisions, pharmaceutical cases, wrongful death cases, product defect cases, drowning and aquatic accidents, and hurricane claims.
Noah has spent his entire career providing help to those who need it the most. When negligent parties turn lives upside down, Noah is always ready to hold them accountable. No matter what. For Noah, being a trial lawyer means making a difference in people’s lives when they have nowhere else to turn.
Noah’s unyielding commitment translates to consistent and impressive results. He’s led Arnold & Itkin’s efforts against the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh products and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, representing tens of thousands of individuals harmed by these harmful products. He’s also fought for hundreds of individuals and business owners suffering from the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
The key to Noah’s success is his aggressive approach. He preps for every case as if it will go to trial. This way, when the other side isn’t being fair, he’s ready to hold them accountable in a courtroom. His mission is to help clients level the playing field against massive companies and the powerful law firms they pay for defense. Noah calculates every step, never backs down, and refuses to let intimidation be used as a weapon by the other side.
Noah’s fierce advocacy for clients has earned respect from peers and opponents. He has been recognized since the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® for his work in admiralty and maritime law. Since 2012, he has been selected in the Texas Super Lawyers® Rising Star list. Texas Monthly Magazine has named him one of Texas’ Top Attorneys and Outstanding Young Lawyers from 2014-2017 and recognized him as one of Texas’ Up-And-Coming 100 attorneys. The National Trial Lawyers Associations named him as a Top 40 Under 40 and in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys selected him as one of the Top 10 Under 40 in the field of personal injury law. He’s earned membership in both the Million and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In addition, he received a Lifetime Achievement award among America’s Top 100 Attorneys. He is an active member of the Texas Trial Lawyer’s Association, American Association for Justice, and the American Bar Association.
Noah is proud to be a native Houstonian. He received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Texas and earned his law degree from South Texas College of Law, graduating cum laude. At South Texas College of Law, he received numerous accolades and served as an assistant editor for the South Texas Law Review. In addition to academic accomplishments, he had the privilege of serving as the judicial clerk in the 11th Judicial District Court of Harris County.
Not only has Noah negotiated thousands of successful settlements for clients, but he has also taken more than 20 cases to verdict. When the other side knows they’re facing him, it knows they’re facing a lawyer who’ll hold them accountable, no matter how tough the fight. Noah is proud of his trial experience because it proves that he’s never willing to accept anything less than clients’ best results.
Noah is licensed to practice law in Texas, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico. He has handled matters pending before the U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas; U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Louisiana; and numerous state courts across Texas, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico. In addition, Noah has argued matters before the U.S. Third and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as Texas’ First and Fourteenth Court of Appeals.