“As a young child and through my adolescence, my parents always made it a point to teach me that character is what will always define me through life and that hard work will always be the key to my successes. The lessons that were instilled in me by my parents have shaped who I have become today, both personally and professionally. As an attorney, I approach every client’s case, no matter its size or complexity with tenacity, empathy, honesty and integrity. This has always been the formula which has allowed me to provide guidance to my clients through every aspect of litigation and to successfully represent victims who have been tragically injured and families who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of others.”
Nomiki M. Pastrikos is an associate attorney at Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum. Nomiki has devoted her legal career to fighting for the rights of injury victims throughout the state of Maryland and in the District of Columbia. As a litigator at the firm, Nomiki advocates for victims of medical malpractice, wrongful death, nursing home neglect, premises liability, automotive liability and personal injury. Nomiki has extensive litigation experience and has achieved excellent results throughout her career in a variety of complex civil matters on behalf of her clients.
Nomiki graduated with honors from the University of Akron in 2006, where she earned her undergraduate degree in political science. Following college, Nomiki attended the University of Toledo College of Law in Ohio, where she graduated with honors in 2009. Following law school, Nomiki relocated to Maryland where she began her legal career representing personal injury victims at a prominent law firm in Baltimore City. Nomiki is admitted to practice law throughout the State of Maryland and in the District of Columbia, and has also been admitted pro hac vice in other jurisdictions. Nomiki is also a member of the American Association for Justice, Maryland State Bar Association and the Bar Association of Baltimore City. Nomiki currently lives in Baltimore County with her husband and two children.