kenneth trombly


kenneth tromblyKenneth Trombly is a seasoned Washington DC personal injury lawyer and civil trial attorney whose practice is dedicated to catastrophic injury and wrongful death litigation in both state and federal courts. Licensed in the District of Columbia and in Maryland, he has handled countless noteworthy cases on behalf of severely injured victims of negligence, including those that have resulted in seven-figure settlements, and well-known cases that have gained local or national attention. For many years, Kenneth has been one of an elite group of Washington DC catastrophic injury attorneys who are members of both The Best Lawyers in America and “Super Lawyers.”

Kenneth obtained his law degree from The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law in 1973 where he held positions as a staff member of the Law Review and a student coordinator of the school’s legal services clinic. He earned his undergraduate degree at The George Washington University in 1970.

As a young lawyer, before his legal practice took on its current focus, Kenneth was an active criminal defense attorney who regularly accepted court appointments to represent impoverished defendants. It was during this time he attended the National College of Criminal Defense at the University of Houston Bates College of Law and was the recipient of a U.S. Department of Justice grant for his work with indigent defendants.

In the early 1980s, Kenneth began representing victims of car accidents and other accidents resulting in catastrophic injuries, such as spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. He found the work to be both intellectually and emotionally fulfilling, and within a few years, his law practice switched its focus on representing seriously injured individuals and their families.

If you need assistance from a dedicated and experienced team of Washington DC personal injury attorneys, contact Trombly & Singer today for a free case evaluation.

Trombly & Singer, PLLC
1825 K St. NW,
Washington, D.C., 20006
(202) 775-8888

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