TOP RATED INJURY ATTORNEY
Noah M. Zimmerman is an associate attorney within the personal injury and medical negligence practice group at Marasco & Nesselbush. His commitment to help those in need harmonizes with his advocacy for clients who have suffered life-altering injuries.
Marasco & Nesselbush’s reputation in the surrounding community for its excellent service to clients and for its commitment to the community initially attracted Noah to the firm. He feels privileged to work for a firm with such an incredible reputation and to have the opportunity to work alongside an amazing and hardworking staff. Noah believes the outstanding leadership, knowledgeable and experienced attorneys, and increasing opportunities for education and growth sets Marasco and Nesselbush apart.
Prior to joining Rhode Island’s trusted injury law firm, Noah worked as an attorney for HealthSourceRI and practiced as a Social Security Disability attorney.
Noah demonstrated his passion for helping the less fortunate post-college and had the opportunity to work for an organization that financed and built affordable housing. Through his experiences in non-profit health care and addressing the needs of underserved rural and urban populations, Noah found his passion for helping others, as he helped families living below the poverty line gain access to necessities. Beyond these experiences, Noah assisted underprivileged communities by conducting legal and policy research in support of expanding opioid overdose education and naloxone distribution (OEND) pilot programs throughout the United States.
Noah graduated from Fordham University in 2004 and Northeastern University School of Law in 2013, where he conducted legal research in support of the development of a supplement to Northeastern Law School Professor Lewis’ international human rights textbook, “Human Rights and the Global Marketplace: Economic, Social, and Cultural Dimensions.” He is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Noah is a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Rhode Island Bar Association and the Downtown Providence Neighborhood Association. He continues to serve the community as a volunteer for United Way of Rhode Island and as a pro bono attorney for RI Legal Services.
In his spare time, Noah enjoys traveling, cooking, running with his dog, Rosie, snowboarding, kayaking, volunteering and spending as much time as possible in or near the ocean.
Noah’s Case History
New York City, NY
NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF LAW
magna cum laude