Nick Abramson

Attorney

Nick Abramson joined Abramson, Brown & Dugan in 2016 after spending four years as a federal criminal prosecutor. Now, with the firm, he focuses his practice on high-damage personal injury and medical malpractice cases. He has handled a variety of complex matters, including failure to diagnose, medication errors, wrongful births, and other cases involving medical negligence.

Nick earned his law degree from Duke University School of Law. During his time there, he served on the Duke Law Review. After law school, he spent three years as a litigation associate at the national law firm, Ropes & Gray and clerked for the Honorable Jeffrey R. Howard of the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. He then joined the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Hampshire as an Assistant United States Attorney. There, he served as the primary federal prosecutor for all federal cases involving child exploitation and human trafficking.

As a New Hampshire birth injury attorney, Nick uses his extensive litigation experience to aggressively advocate for injured victims and their families. He is unafraid of taking on large companies and insurance providers in the courtroom and remains passionate about helping those who cannot help themselves.

Nick is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the New Hampshire Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, and the New Hampshire Association for Justice. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Granite State Children’s Alliance (2017-present) and served on the Professional Conduct Hearings Committee for the New Hampshire Supreme Court (2013-2016), as well as the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Advisory Committee (2013-2016).

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