Noelle L. Palazzo focuses her practice on medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability, and toxic tort matters.
About Ms. Palazzo
Ms. Palazzo, a born-and-raised Philadelphian, graduated cum laude from Widener University School of Law in 2005 where she was on the Dean’s Honor List, recipient of the Most Promising Civil Litigator and Outstanding Student Service Commencement Awards and inducted into the National Order of Barristers. She was president of the Widener Law Chapter of the Justinian Society, on the executive board of the Moot Court Honor Society and a member of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society. Ms. Palazzo was a recipient of the 2004 Justinian Foundation Scholarship.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in English Literature from St. Joseph’s University, where she was on the Dean’s Honor List and a member of Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society. She began her undergraduate study at the University of Delaware and spent a semester studying British Literature at the University of London.
Ms. Palazzo is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She spent the first two years of her legal career as an associate handling defense matters at a national law firm, where she focused primarily on products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice and toxic tort matters.
In 2014, Ms. Palazzo received her first Super Lawyers list recognition as a Pennsylvania Rising Star. The honor was repeated in 2015.
Ms. Palazzo is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and the Justinian Society, where she was recently elected to the Board of Governors.
- $5.75 Million settlement for a wrongful death case involving the death of a child who was left unsupervised at a daycare and suffered injuries including hypoxic brain injury, served as co-counsel
- $954,000 verdict for a premises liability against Pulte Homes after a resident was injured when he slipped and fell on ice on the sidewalk outside of his townhome, served as co-counsel
- $625,000 settlement for a dram shop case where a man was injured by a drunk driver who was visibly intoxicated at the bar and continued to be served, served as co-counsel