Rick Nemeroff has consistently proven to his adversaries what can happen when they square off with Rick in court.
Rick fights for individuals and families who have been harmed by indifferent corporations. He is a dedicated attorney, and his clients know that they will be represented by a professional who combines compassion and caring with aggressive litigation skills against corporations who need to be held responsible for their actions.
The verdicts that Rick has won for mesothelioma and other victims are the result of his dedication. Rick works hard for his clients – because he understands what is at stake. He is never afraid to stand up for the injured in their battle against big uncaring corporations.
Rick maintains an extremely active trial practice, fighting for his clients and serving as a trial attorney for other law firms. He is licensed in Pennsylvania, New York and Texas, and represents victims throughout America in state and federal court.
Other attorneys know and respect Rick’s abilities. He is recognized by his peers across the country as an effective and aggressive trial attorney and is frequently brought on board to lead trial teams to victory on difficult cases. In addition to his own practice and work as a trial consultant, Rick also teaches other attorneys how to win in the courtroom, and is invited to speak at conferences and write articles for legal publications. His use of innovative, cutting edge technology in trial helps level the playing field when battling corporations with unlimited resources.
Rick received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and his Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law in Hempstead, NY. Previous to forming Nemeroff Law Firm, he was associated with a well known plaintiff’s law firm in New York City, was a partner in another high profile personal injury law firm based in Dallas, Texas and then served as trial counsel to various law firms around the country. He became a member of the New York bar in 1993, in Texas in 2000 and in Pennsylvania in 2008. Rick is a member of the highly prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates, ABOTA, a select designation open only to a small group of attorneys who have demonstrated superior trial skills and abilities.
Rick is a frequently invited speaker before trial counsel groups, and has presented many programs, including:
- American Trial Lawyers Association: How to Get More Out of Jury Selection
- American Bar Association National Conference: Closing Arguments
- Mealey’s Conference Asbestos Litigation 101 – Preparing for Trial
- Mealeys’ Fen Phen: Effective Use of Focus Groups
- Mealeys’ Asbestos 101: Trial Tactics
- Plaintiffs Asbestos Litigation Seminar: Technology in the Courtroom: Synkoloid and KM examples
- Plaintiffs Asbestos Litigation Seminar: Garlock & Exxon Trial Strategies
- Andrews’ Asbestos Conference: Mixed Asbestos & Silica Dust Diseases
- Andrews’ Asbestos Seminar: Future of Premises Liability
- State Bar of Texas, Choosing & Courting a Jury
- State Bar of Texas: Advanced Civil Trial: Voir Dire
- State Bar of Texas, Choosing & Courting a Jury: Use of Technology in Voir Dire
- State Bar of Texas: How to Get More Out of Jury Selection
- State Bar of Texas. Choosing & Courting a Jury: Using Technology to Develop Challenges for Cause
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association (Advanced Personal Injury): Voir Dire
- Dallas Bar Association: New Developments Affecting Summary Judgments
- Dallas Bar Association Trial Skills Section: Using Technology in the Courtroom
- ACLU: Picking Juries When Representing Difficult Plaintiffs
He is a member of the following professional organizations:
- American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)
- American Association for Justice (AAJ)
- New York State Bar Association
- New York State Trial Lawyers Association
- New York County Lawyers Association
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Trial Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Texas
- College of the State Bar of Texas
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association
His practice concentrates on representing victims of corporate misconduct in courts throughout the country and he accepts referrals and enters into trialco-counsel arrangements in all 50 states.