At Abrams & Abrams, P.A., we are a family practice representing the victims and families affected by serious personal injury accidents in North Carolina and throughout the region. Our founding attorneys, Douglas B. Abrams and Margaret Smith Abrams, built a reputation in the legal community as two of the area's leading personal injury lawyers.
Noah B. Abrams and Melissa N. Abrams have since joined the firm, adding to our talent, insight, and experience. As a family law firm, we employ a team approach to helping other families through some of the most challenging moments of their lives.
A Team Of Attorneys Devoted To Helping You And Your Family Find Relief
Our practice is focused on catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases resulting from car and truck wrecks, defective products, and industrial explosions. We understand the sensitive nature of these cases and extend a personalized, hands-on approach to working with our clients.
Whether pursuing a settlement or taking a case to trial, we tirelessly prepare from the outset. We carry out thorough investigations, reconstruct accident scenes with the help of industry experts, and work alongside medical professionals to ensure our clients receive the best possible care.
Each member of our firm is committed to handling these cases as a matter of personal and social justice. The results we have achieved reflect our unwavering commitment to achieving outcomes that positively affect our clients' lives and improve the environment for others in similar situations.
We invite you to learn more about our firm, our past successes and to reach out to us and discover the difference of our experience and commitment to your success.
Let Us Guide And Support You Throughout Your Personal Injury Claim
If you or a member of your family has suffered a catastrophic personal injury, please contact Abrams & Abrams, P.A. We can be reached by phone at 919-755-9166 or via email by completing our online contact form. From our office in Raleigh, we represent clients throughout North Carolina and others across the South.