Tina M. Wells

Phone: 212-750-1200
Toll Free: (888) 627-4274
Fax: 212-980-4011


Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York - 1992

Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts - 1996

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1996

New York, 1997

U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 1999

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of New York

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of New York

Tina M. Wells has a wide variety of legal experience but currently focuses her practice in the areas of personal injury and nursing home negligence. She has vast experience in the courtroom and brings a unique perspective to her practice. Ms. Wells began her career as an attorney at a New York City defense firm where she specialized in personal injury and medical malpractice litigation. It was her compassion for the injured that ultimately led her to TROLMAN GLASER CORLEY & LICHTMAN, P.C., where she continues to provide the highest quality representation to the victims of negligence.

Her defense experience provides the firm with a novel insight that helps maximize the recovery for all her clients. Since joining the firm in 2002, Tina spends most of her days in the courthouse fighting for the rights of the injured. The great respect she has earned from the Judiciary and her peers has enabled her to procure millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts in motor vehicle accidents, trip/slip and falls, construction accidents, premises accidents and nursing home negligence cases. Recently, Ms. Wells was elected First President of the Bronx County Bar Association in recognition of her tireless efforts to improve the efficiency and equity of the Court system.


  • Premises Liability
  • Auto Accident
  • Personal Injury
  • Labor Law
  • Nursing Home Negligence
  • Medical Malpractice

Recent Cases

$3,011,425 for 2 pedestrians who were killed by a livery cab driver’s recklessness

$1,025,000 for passenger on motorcycle who suffered a fracture pelvis, coccyx & pubic rami along with a pancreatic laceration requiring surgery.

$237,500 for a butcher whose hand was crushed in a meat grinder

$300,000 for a woman who fractured her arm after tripping and falling on a raised sidewalk

$400,000 for a tenant who slipped and fell on ice and snow in a parking lot and fractured her wrist

$800,000 for a pedestrian who was struck while crossing the street and suffered a broken leg.

$450,000 against a nursing home for failure to properly supervise the plaintiff, a resident, who suffered a hip and ankle fracture.

$600,000 to a construction worker who, while performing his work, was on a ladder that cracked and broke causing the plaintiff to fall to the ground and injure his shoulder and wrist.

Professional Associations and Memberships

Bronx Bar Association, Officer

New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Member

American Association for Justice, Member