Greg M. Noble
Gregory M. Noble is a trial attorney with the firm who concentrates his practice on the defense of individuals and corporations against claims of personal injury, premises liability, and general liability. Over the course of his career, he has tried many cases to a jury verdict, and many more before a judge alone.
Before joining Lynch & Lynch, Greg most recently worked as in-house counsel for a Massachusetts based insurance company; where his practice focused predominantly on the defense of claims of injury stemming from minor motor vehicle accidents. In his prior position, he was also engaged in the investigation of suspected fraudulent claims and questions of coverage.
Greg began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Plymouth County, where he prosecuted violent and nonviolent criminal offenders in the District and Superior Court. As an ADA, he was responsible for all stages of the criminal litigation process: from grand jury and arraignment to plea or trial. After leaving the DA’s office, Greg started his own practice as a criminal defense attorney. He defended individuals both as private counsel as well as on a court-appointed basis to those unable to afford representation.
Greg graduated from the University of Massachusetts, cum laude, in 2006 and earned his law degree from Suffolk University School of Law in 2011. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association, and the Bar Association of Norfolk County.