Introducing Schultz & Trombly, PLLC, a WABA Business Member
WABA’s Business Members understand the importance of a community that bicycles. Their membership supports our advocacy, outreach and education. Our business members are committed to a sustainable future of our region and are adding their voice to a growing number of bicycle-friendly businesses supporting WABA. Today meet Schultz & Trombly, PLLC. Kenneth M. Trombly, a partner in the firm of Schultz & Trombly, PLLC, is a trial lawyer who has devoted his career to representing seriously injured people in DC and Maryland courts. The firm was one of our first WABA Business Members and continues to support WABA and bicyclist around the region. Ken is a committed transportation safety advocate. Over the years, he has represented many cyclists who have been seriously injured as a result of inattentive or aggressive motorists, including cases where cyclists were unnecessarily injured in trucking collisions. In addition to motor vehicle collision cases, he represents individuals who have sustained injury as a result of dangerous products; defective or irresponsibly-maintained walkways, sidewalks and buildings; personal injuries on account of negligent security; medical negligence; and police brutality. A former Trial Lawyer of the Year (DC Trial Lawyers Association, 2010) and an active member of the DC and Maryland Bars, he has lectured before numerous attorney groups on effective techniques for representing injured persons. A Law Review graduate of Catholic University Law school, he has handled numerous cases on behalf of seriously injured persons, from seven figure settlements to noteworthy cases that have resulted in local or national publicity. The firm was listed in U.S. News & World Report as one of DC’s “Best Law Firms” in 2015 for Plaintiff Personal Injury Litigation. We are proud to call Shultz & Trombly, PLLC a WABA Business Member! Do you own, work for, or patronize a business that is a good candidate for our business membership? For just $300 or $800 per year, you can show your support for a bike-friendly region and WABA’s advocacy and get all sorts of perks, including your very own blog post! Details here.