900 Rt. 168 Black Horse Pike, Suite B2, Washington Professional Campus, Turnersville, New Jersey 08012

Trimble & Armano’s managing partner, John W. Trimble, Jr., Esq., has earned a reputation for aggressive advocacy on behalf of his clients.

By being so willing to engage in litigation, John Trimble has won his clients more fair and just judgments and settlements than they might have gotten elsewhere. He has represented plaintiffs in personal injury, consumer fraud, and criminal and municipal court cases for more than 20 years.

Possessing the combined abilities of a sharp litigator and a tough negotiator, John Trimble is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a civil trial attorney, a designation granted only to those who demonstrate a sufficient level of experience, knowledge, education, and skill in civil trial practices. His selection as a New Jersey Super Lawyer in the practice areas of class action/mass torts, business litigation, and personal injury, reflected the respect he has earned from peer attorneys. John Trimble is licensed in New Jersey Superior Court, the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, and Federal Court.

John Trimble is also an active community member, coaching youth lacrosse in Monroe Township and administering the Jack Trimble Memorial Fund, which assists adolescents struggling with alcohol and drug addictions. Through public outreach and education, the fund reaches teenagers and their families who need support and resources to cope with the struggle of addiction. John Trimble resides with his wife, Cathy, and four children in Williamstown, NJ. His interests, other than fighting for his clients, includes coaching and mentoring, hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.

John W. Trimble, Jr.

Managing Partner

Education

  • J.D., Temple University Beasley School of Law
  • B.A., Rutgers University Camden

Professional memberships and activities

  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Camden County Bar Association
  • Gloucester County Bar Association-Trustee
  • New Jersey Association for Justice