Nick Abramson – Attorney

After four years as a federal prosecutor trying complex criminal cases, Nick joined the firm in 2016.  At Abramson, Brown & Dugan, Nick’s practice is focused on representing plaintiffs in matters involving medical malpractice and high-damage personal injuries, and he serves as co-chair of the firm’s federal practice group.  During his time at the firm, he has handled a wide array of cases including failures to diagnose, erroneous administration of medication, wrongful births, and other areas of medical negligence.

Nick graduated from Duke University School of Law, where he served on the Duke Law Review.  After spending three years as a litigation associate at the national law firm Ropes & Gray, he clerked for the Honorable Jeffrey R. Howard of the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, Massachusetts, before joining the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Hampshire as an Assistant United States Attorney, where he was the primary federal prosecutor for all child exploitation and human trafficking investigations and criminal prosecutions.

Given his extensive courtroom and trial experience, Nick is able to aggressively advocate for his clients against large medical providers and insurance companies, and his passion for representing victims of child exploitation and human trafficking has uniquely translated to his representation of victims of medical malpractice.

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.

“Be Mindful of Overly Broad Waivers in General Releases” 47 NHTLQ 55 (Spring 2022).

“Practice Tips: Preventing Ex Parte Communications in Medical Malpractice Cases” 47 NHTLQ 7 (Winter 2022).

“Allergy Standards and Liability in the Restaurant Industry: A Legislative Update” 46 TBN 91 (Summer 2021).

“UPDATE: Seeking Truth, or Competitive Advantage? The Timing of Expert Disclosures and Depositions in Medical Negligence Cases” 46 TBN 5 (Winter 2021).

“Shield Misuse: Overcoming Improper Assertions of the Attorney-Client Privilege by Defense Attorneys in Medical Malpractice Cases” 45 TBN 99 (Summer 2020).

“UPDATE #2: Violation! An Examination of Ex Parte Communications in the Context of Medical Negligence Cases in New Hampshire” 45 TBN 151 (Fall 2020).

“Sharp Practitioners Beware: Strategic Dissuasion of Expert Testimony May Lead to Court-Ordered Sanctions…Or Worse” 44 TBN 51 (Spring 2019).

“UPDATE: Violation! An Examination of Ex Parte Communications in the Context of Medical Negligence Cases in New Hampshire” 44 TBN 139 (Fall 2019).

“Alive and Well: Bystander Recovery for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress in Medical Negligence Cases” 42 TBN 45 (Spring 2017)

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