For more than a decade, Attorney Noah Wexler has had the privilege of helping the injured seek justice for losses caused by the negligence of others. He has handled tens of thousands of cases and helped win hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients. His detailed preparations, relentless drive, and sophisticated understanding of insurance negotiations are unique traits that make him an effective and powerful advocate for the injured. Noah is motivated by his desire to help others during their time of need and his passion for justice.
He is an accomplished litigator who has obtained numerous victories inside and outside of the courtroom. Noah played a critical role in Arnold & Itkin’s major litigation cases, including against manufacturers of transvaginal mesh devices and dangerous pharmaceuticals. He also has handled complex litigation on behalf of business owners who suffered damages in the Deepwater Horizon explosion. When he handles a case, he prepares for trial immediately and fights vigorously for his clients until the conclusion of a case.
His extensive trial experience includes more than 20 cases tried to verdicts and hundreds of millions of dollars recovered for his clients. Noah has earned a long list of accolades for his legal service, including selection to the Texas Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list, Texas Monthly’s Outstanding Young Lawyers and Up-And-Coming 100 Attorneys, the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 40 Under 40 between 2014 to 2017, and the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys’ Top 10 Under 40 in 2017. He was also honored with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award by America’s Top 100 Attorneys.
Noah is a Houston native who attended the University of Texas and earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics. He completed his post-graduate work at South Texas College of Law, graduating cum laude. He demonstrated exemplary achievements in academics and earned numerous honors. Noah also served as the South Texas Law Review’s assistant editor and worked at the 11th Judicial District Court in Harris County as the judicial clerk.
Noah is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers’ Association, American Bar Association, American Association for Justice, and Texas Young Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice law in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania and has represented matters before various state and federal courts, including U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. District Courts in the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Texas districts, U.S. District Courts in Louisiana’s Middle and Eastern districts, and many more. Noah has also represented appellate matters in the First and Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Texas and the U.S. Third and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
University of Texas
B.S. Economics (2004)
South Texas College of Law
J.D. 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
- Texas Top Young Lawyers (2017)
- Texas Up-And-Coming 100 (2017)
- America’s Most Honored Professionals (2016)
- Top Attorneys: Texas’ Outstanding Young Lawyers (2014-2016)
- Rising Star (2013-2017)
- 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)
- American Bar Association
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
- Houston Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Texas State Bar
- Louisiana State Bar
- New Mexico State Bar
- Pennsylvania State Bar
Noah is an avid guitar player, loves music and movies, and is addicted to Sour Patch Kids.
Arnold & Itkin attorneys represented the rights of those who suffered from dangerous, defective products.
We represented the victims of defective products and successfully recovered $105 million on their behalf.
Arnold & Itkin have achieved a swift and decisive victory for an oilfield worker endangered by his employer and other companies.
Arnold & Itkin recovered $12.5 million on behalf of clients affected by the tragic Deepwater Horizon oil spill. This monetary compensation is to cover the economic losses resulting from the event.
Arnold & Itkin secured a massive settlement for a man who suffered a stroke while unloading cargo and was crushed. His settlement will ensure that he receives high-quality around-the-clock care.
After a tragic traffic fire that took their loved one’s life, a family hired Arnold & Itkin to represent them. The firm recovered $9.25 million on their behalf.
In a case involving a negligent company, Arnold & Itkin LLP wins a $9 million settlement on behalf of their client.
Arnold & Itkin’s legal team helped represent the victims of an oil refinery accident, recovering $7 million.
Attorneys Cory Itkin and Jason Itkin negotiated a $6.25 million settlement on behalf of a family who lost a loved one.
Taking on one of the largest companies in the U.S., Arnold & Itkin successfully recovered a $5.5 million settlement on behalf of 4 workers who were injured on the job.
Our firm represented a land rig worker who sustained serious injuries while bleeding off pressure through the rig hoses. The settlement was achieved right before a jury was picked.
After a week of trial, Attorney Cory Itkin reached a settlement of $3.7 million on behalf of a man who was severely burned in a fire.
The legal team at Arnold & Itkin LLP won a $3.5 million settlement on behalf of their clients who suffered serious injuries, including facial fractures and arm, neck and back injuries.
Arnold & Itkin was able to win a substantial recovery for two victims of a motor vehicle collision.
Arnold & Itkin obtained a multi-million dollar settlement for a Jones Act seaman who sustained spinal cord injuries while working offshore.
Arnold & Itkin advocated for an injured offshore worker who suffered injuries from a severe fall, obtaining $2.5 million settlement on his behalf.
Jason Itkin of Arnold & Itkin LLP successfully secured a $2 million settlement on behalf of 4 workers who were injured in an Exxon refinery gas release.
Arnold & Itkin is excited to announce that we have secured a notable settlement on behalf of two clients who were injured in an 18-wheeler accident in Houston.
An injured plant worker turned to our law firm after being hit by equipment while on the job. Attorneys Caj Boatright, Cory Itkin, and Noah Wexler recovered $1.9M on his behalf.
Arnold & Itkin won $1,500,000 for the family of a UPS worker who died in dangerous working conditions.
Attorneys Cory Itkin, Jason Itkin, and Kelly Woods were successful in recovering $1.5 million on behalf of a longshoreman who sustained a severe back injury in a line handling incident.
While working on a tugboat, our client suffered an injury resulting in the amputation of his left foot. Arnold & Itkin came to his aid, recovering $1.375 million in compensation.
Four Arnold & Itkin attorneys settled a case for $1.25 million on behalf of an injured young man.
Attorneys Jason Itkin, Cory Itkin, and Noah Wexler negotiated a $1 million settlement on behalf of a man who suffered severe injuries that eventually required surgery as treatment.
The attorneys from Arnold & Itkin recently represented a woman injured in an accident involving a 18-wheeler truck. The firm was able to negotiate a $950,000 settlement for the injuries sustained from the accident.
Arnold & Itkin attorneys resolved the case and obtained $875,000 for an electrocuted worker who fell three stories.
While fishing, our client suffered injuries to his neck and back when the wake of a speeding vessel caused the pier he was standing on to collapse. Arnold & Itkin recovered $850 thousand in compensation.