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Nolan Weltchek

weltchek-IMG_1725Mr. Weltchek earned his Bachelors of Arts Degree magna cum laude from Middlebury College and earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Maryland, where he was awarded the Order of Barrister for excellence in trial advocacy. While in law school he was also a member of the national champion Trial Team.

Mr. Weltchek is admitted to the bar in Maryland and is a member of the American Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, Baltimore City Bar Association, and Baltimore County Bar Association. Mr. Weltchek’s practice will focus on complex litigation matters including medical negligence, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, products liability, complex business torts, and environmental toxic torts. He participated in the groundbreaking litigation against ExxonMobil which resulted in a historic $150 million verdict for a group of families in Jacksonville, MD.

Accolades for Nolan Weltchek

National Trial Lawyers - Nolan Weltchek
Selected to
Top 40 under 40 | 2017
National Trial Lawyers - Nolan Weltchek
Selected to
Top 100 | 2017
superlawayers-centered
Selected to Rising Stars
2013 - 2017
bestlaw
Selected to Best Law Firms
2015 - 2017

“Having grown up in law offices and courtrooms throughout the greater Baltimore area, as the son of a loving mother and father, who doubles as a powerhouse attorney, I can’t help but admit the law has made its way into my DNA. Just like every other young child, I grew up wanting to change the world, unsure exactly how I would do it, nonetheless convinced it was possible. Well now I know how. My job is to right one wrong at a time, changing family’s lives forever, making my small but not insignificant contribution to a more just society. Every day at work I try my best to add youthful exuberance, creativity, idealism, and unwavering determination to meet the challenges at hand. With the diversity of experience, talents, and attitude this firm possesses I have no doubt that all our clients will feel as though their cause now has a champion.”