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Charles M. Noteboom

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Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association

HQ Phone:  (817) 332-5765

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Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association

3102 Oak Lawn Ave. Suite 1100

Dallas, Texas, 75219

United States

Company Description

The Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association was founded in 1968 by a concerned group of trial lawyers who wanted to make sure maximum resources and communication were utilized to better protect the legal rights of individuals and families in their community. ...more

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Chuck Noteboom | Noteboom Law Firm

Chuck Noteboom
Chuck Noteboom Founder Email Chuck Starting in 1966, Chuck - or "boy" as he was then called - had a series of life shaping jobs. At age 14, he started as a landscaper's helper (hole digger), and then took a job cleaning up construction sites for a homebuilder. Chuck then worked as a plumber's helper (ditch digger) before moving up in the business world to a gas station attendant. While attending high school, he worked 70 hours per week over summer breaks, but only 40 hours per week while school was in session. After starting college, Chuck worked in a McDonalds before trying his hand as a warehouseman (truck loader). He then worked for a department store as a trash burner, and later as a janitor for an apartment complex. After his parents moved to Little Rock, Chuck was able to get work as a shoveler on an asphalt crew. He tried driving the asphalt roller, but did not prove talented enough to give up his shovel. He also worked on a cement crew, and after trying his hand at finishing and forming, he again found that his talent lay with a shovel. His first indoor job was in Chicago in 1973 as an apprentice butcher. His butcher shop employment was followed by working as a tie salesman. After earning his B.S. in Advertising from the University of Illinois in 1974, Chuck worked as an advertising intern (not much different than a ditch digger). He then became a teaching assistant at the University of Texas College of Communications. In the summer of 1976, Chuck got a clerkship at the Federal Trade Commission, although they declined to offer him full-time employment since he wasn't in the top 10% of his class. Chuck then took a job listed at the UT Law School, and found himself investigating car wrecks for Bill Whitehurst in Austin. After graduating in 1977 from the University of Texas School of Law, Chuck began working for personal injury lawyer Wallace Craig in Hurst. In 1982, Chuck opened his own law firm. Today, Chuck's law firm has a staff of 17. The firm accepts only about one percent of the cases they evaluate each year. Chuck concentrates his practice on cases that spark his interest. Chuck has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983. He holds a certificate in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and has been named Barrister Emeritus, Order of Barristers, by Texas A&M University School of Law. Chuck is the Chairman of the Warren E. Burger Society of the National Center for State Courts. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, The American Association for Justice, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Tarrant County Bar Association. Chuck served as the President of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association and is the former Chair for the Tarrant County Bar Foundation. Chuck has been featured as an expert commentator for radio and television and has spoken at various seminars. Chuck is the only lawyer in history to obtain two nine-figure jury verdicts in Tarrant County. State Bar of Texas Feature on Chuck Noteboom State Bar of Texas Feature on Chuck Noteboom


Attorney Bio | Chuck Noteboom

Chuck Noteboom
Attorney Chuck Noteboom Attorney Chuck Noteboom Starting in 1966, Chuck - or "boy" as he was then called - had a series of life shaping jobs. At age 14, he started as a landscaper's helper (hole digger), and then took a job cleaning up construction sites for a homebuilder. Chuck then worked as a plumber's helper (ditch digger) before moving up in the business world to a gas station attendant. While attending high school, he worked 70 hours per week over summer breaks, but only 40 hours per week while school was in session. After starting college, Chuck worked in a McDonalds before trying his hand as a warehouseman (truck loader). He then worked for a department store as a trash burner, and later as a janitor for an apartment complex. After his parents moved to Little Rock, Chuck was able to get work as a shoveler on an asphalt crew. He tried driving the asphalt roller, but did not prove talented enough to give up his shovel. He also worked on a cement crew, and after trying his hand at finishing and forming, he again found that his talent lay with a shovel. His first indoor job was in Chicago in 1973 as an apprentice butcher. His butcher shop employment was followed by working as a tie salesman. After earning his B.S. in Advertising from the University of Illinois in 1974, Chuck worked as an advertising intern (not much different than a ditch digger). He then became a teaching assistant at the University of Texas College of Communications. In the summer of 1976, Chuck got a clerkship at the Federal Trade Commission, although they declined to offer him full-time employment since he wasn't in the top 10% of his class. Chuck then took a job listed at the UT Law School, and found himself investigating car wrecks for Bill Whitehurst in Austin. After graduating in 1977 from the University of Texas School of Law, Chuck began working for personal injury lawyer Wallace Craig in Hurst. In 1982, Chuck opened his own law firm. Today, Chuck's law firm has a staff of 17. The firm accepts only about one percent of the cases they evaluate each year. Chuck concentrates his practice on cases that spark his interest. Chuck has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983. He holds a certificate in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and has been named Barrister Emeritus, Order of Barristers, by Texas A&M University School of Law. Chuck is the Chairman of the Warren E. Burger Society of the National Center for State Courts. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, The American Association for Justice, and the Tarrant County Bar Association. Chuck served as the President of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association and is the former Chair for the Tarrant County Bar Foundation. Chuck has been featured as an expert commentator for radio and television and has spoken at various seminars. Chuck is the only lawyer in history to obtain two nine-figure jury verdicts in Tarrant County. Noteboom - The Law Firm is comprised of personal injury attorneys who exclusively handle matters involving serious injury or catastrophic loss.


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Chuck Noteboom
Attorney Chuck Noteboom Attorney Chuck Noteboom Starting in 1966, Chuck - or "boy" as he was then called - had a series of life shaping jobs. At age 14, he started as a landscaper's helper (hole digger), and then took a job cleaning up construction sites for a homebuilder. Chuck then worked as a plumber's helper (ditch digger) before moving up in the business world to a gas station attendant. While attending high school, he worked 70 hours per week over summer breaks, but only 40 hours per week while school was in session. After starting college, Chuck worked in a McDonalds before trying his hand as a warehouseman (truck loader). He then worked for a department store as a trash burner, and later as a janitor for an apartment complex. After his parents moved to Little Rock, Chuck was able to get work as a shoveler on an asphalt crew. He tried driving the asphalt roller, but did not prove talented enough to give up his shovel. He also worked on a cement crew, and after trying his hand at finishing and forming, he again found that his talent lay with a shovel. His first indoor job was in Chicago in 1973 as an apprentice butcher. His butcher shop employment was followed by working as a tie salesman. After earning his B.S. in Advertising from the University of Illinois in 1974, Chuck worked as an advertising intern (not much different than a ditch digger). He then became a teaching assistant at the University of Texas College of Communications. In the summer of 1976, Chuck got a clerkship at the Federal Trade Commission, although they declined to offer him full-time employment since he wasn't in the top 10% of his class. Chuck then took a job listed at the UT Law School, and found himself investigating car wrecks for Bill Whitehurst in Austin. After graduating in 1977 from the University of Texas School of Law, Chuck began working for personal injury lawyer Wallace Craig in Hurst. In 1982, Chuck opened his own law firm. Today, Chuck's law firm has a staff of 17. The firm accepts only about one percent of the cases they evaluate each year. Chuck concentrates his practice on cases that spark his interest. Chuck has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983. He holds a certificate in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and has been named Barrister Emeritus, Order of Barristers, by Texas A&M University School of Law. Chuck is the Chairman of the Warren E. Burger Society of the National Center for State Courts. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, The American Association for Justice, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the Tarrant County Bar Association. Chuck served as the President of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association and is the former Chair for the Tarrant County Bar Foundation. Chuck has been featured as an expert commentator for radio and television and has spoken at various seminars. Chuck is the only lawyer in history to obtain two nine-figure jury verdicts in Tarrant County. Attorney Chuck Noteboom Noteboom - The Law Firm is comprised of personal injury attorneys who exclusively handle matters involving serious injury or catastrophic loss.


About Us | Noteboom Law Firm

Noteboom The Law Firm was established in 1982.
Since then, our Fort Worth, TX personal injury lawyers have established a tradition of success in helping individuals and families who have suffered personal injuries, death, or ruin resulting from the wrongdoing of bad drivers, insurance companies, corporations, and trucking companies. Chuck Noteboom is the only personal injury attorney in Northeast Tarrant County named to the "Super Lawyers" list every year by Thomson Reuters since the ratings began in 2003. Noteboom The Law Firm has received the highest rating (AV®) by Martindale-Hubbell (the leading lawyer-rating service), which reflects a combination of a very high ethical rating and a legal ability numerical rating. Mr. Noteboom has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983. In addition, Mr. Noteboom has been honored by his peers to serve as President of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association. He has appeared frequently on national and local radio and television shows and has been featured in newspapers as an expert commentator. He has been the director and speaker of Continuing Legal Education seminars for personal injury lawyers. He and the other attorneys at Noteboom The Law Firm serve on numerous other professional and service organizations throughout Texas and the United States, including the National Trial Lawyers Association. Noteboom The Law Firm includes: State Bar of Texas Feature on Chuck Noteboom State Bar of Texas Feature on Chuck Noteboom


http://www.noteboom.com/about-us/

Chuck Noteboom is the only personal injury attorney in Northeast Tarrant County named to the "Super Lawyers" list every year by Thomson Reuters, and has been published in the Texas Monthly magazine since the ratings began in 2003.
Selection to the Super Lawyers list involves peer nominations, peer evaluations and independent research by Thomson Reuters. The Noteboom Law Firm has received the highest rating (AV®) by Martindale-Hubbell (the leading lawyer-rating service), which indicates a very high to pre-eminent legal ability and level of ethical standards as established by confidential opinions from attorneys and judges. Mr. Noteboom has been Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1983. In addition, Mr. Noteboom has been honored by his peers to serve as President of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association. He has appeared frequently on national and local radio and television shows and has been featured in newspapers as an expert commentator. He has been the director and speaker of Continuing Legal Education seminars for personal injury lawyers. He and the other attorneys at The Noteboom Law Firm serve on numerous other professional and service organizations throughout Texas and the United States. Lawyer Charles Noteboom | Top Attorney Wrongful Death


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