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Kevin F. Dugan

Updated: November 15th, 2021 | Manchester | Lawyer List K | Abramson Brown & Dugan | Medical Malpractice,

Address: 1819 Elm Street, manchester, NH, 03104-2910
Law Firm: Abramson, Brown & Dugan
Phone: 855-311-2460
Fax: 603-666-4227
Email:
Website: http://www.arbd.com

TitleMember
First Year of Call
Areas of PracticeMedical Malpractice
DescriptionListed in ‘Best Lawyers in America’ (2005-2009). Listed as one of New Hampshire’s ‘Top Attorneys’ (2005-2007). Listed as a ‘New England Super Lawyer’ (2007-2009). Listed in ‘Who’s Who in American Law, Millennium Edition.’ Member, NH Legislative Commission to Study Medical Malpractice Claims (2003). Co-Author: ‘Medical Liability in New Hampshire for Physician Assistant Negligence’, 32 TBN 9 (Winter 2010); ‘Case Spotlight: Strict Enforcement of DeBenedetto Disclosure Deadlines’, 31 TBN 189 (Fall 2009); ‘Maximizing Medical Malpractice Screening Panels Through the Use of Screening Panel Testimony at Trial’, 31 TBN 129 (Summer 2009); ‘Negligent Discharge of an Involuntarily Admitted Patient: Third Party’s Cause of Action for Harm Caused by Prematurely Released Patient’, 31 TBN 69 (Spring 2009); ‘Broken Promises: Data Shows New Hampshire’s Medical Malpractice Screening Panels Are Not Leading to Early Resolution and Cost Savings’, 30 TBN 167 (Fall 2008); ‘Update: Application of the Collateral Source Rule to Written Off or Reduced Medical Expenses’, 30 TBN 71, (Spring 2008); ‘Medical Malpractice Claims Against Public Health Service and Federally Funded Community Health Center Physicians: Practical Problems and Potential Pitfalls to Be Aware of’, 30 TBN 17, (Winter 2008); ‘Application of the Collateral Source Rule to Medical Expenses Written Off in Medical Negligence and Personal Injury Cases’, 29 TBN 177 (Fall 2007); ‘Screening Panels for Medical Injury Claims Under RSA 519-B: Implementation, Effect and Issues on the Horizon,’ 48 NHBJ 36 (Spring, 2007); ‘Medicaid Lien Repayment in Medical Malpractice Cases After Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services v. Ahlborn,’ 29 TBN 5 (Fall, 2006); ‘Pure Referral Fees: Insuring Client Confidence in Complex Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Cases,’ 28 TBN 54 (Spring, 2006); ‘Medicaid Liens and Medicare Liens in New Hampshire Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Litigation,’ 28 TBN 5 (Winter, 2006); ‘Dispelling the Myths of the Medical Malpractice Crisis and Vindicating the Victims of Medical Malpractice Through Attorney Conducted Voir Dire,’ 27 TBN 157 (Fall, 2005); ‘New Hampshire’s Medical Malpractice Screening Panel Statute: Constitutional Considerations,’ 27 TBN 102 (Summer, 2005); ‘Holding Hospitals Liable for the Malpractice of Independent Contractor Physicians,’ 26 TBN 162, (Fall 2003); ‘RESIPSA Loquitur and Medical Malpractice,’ 26 TBN 114, (Summer 2003); ‘HMO Liability IV: Protecting the Patient and Preserving States’ Rights,’ 25 TBN 64, (Spring 2003); ‘Payback: Health Insurance Liens in Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Cases After Great-West Life & Annuity v. Knudson,’ 24 TBN 58 (Spring, 2002); ‘Overcoming the Quality Assurance Privilege in New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Claims,’ 23 TBN 172 (Fall, 2001); ‘Handling the Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer Malpractice Case,’ 23 TBN 65 (Spring, 2001); ‘Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy Malpractice Claims,’ 23 TBN 13 (Winter, 2001); ‘Medical Expense Discounts and the Collateral Source Rule,’ 22 TBN 89 (Spring, 2000); ‘Parental Consortium in Non-Death Cases,’ 21 TBN 161 (Fall, 1999); ‘HMO Liability Part III: Return of the Plaintiffs,’ 21 TBN 67 (Spring, 1999); ‘Fear of Future Harm in Medical Malpractice Cases,’ 20 TBN 132 (Fall, 1998); ‘HMO Liability: Building Corporate Profits at the Expense of Patient Care,’ 19 TBN 144 (Winter, 1997); ‘HMO Liability Part II: ERISA Preemption … And the Saga of Corporate Greed Continues,’ 19 TBN 44 (Summer, 1997); ‘The Law of Nursing Malpractice,’ 18 TBN 7 (Spring, 1996); and ‘Recent Developments in Hospital Liability,’ 16 TBN 129 (Fall, 1994). Presenter: Litigating the Birth Trauma Case in New Hampshire (National Business Institute); The Paralegal’s Role in Medical Malpractice Cases (Paralegal Association of New Hampshire); 15th Annual Symposium on Hemochromatosis: Legal Aspects of Hemochromatosis (Iron Overload Diseases Association); ‘A Day with the Stars’ (NHTLA); The Trial Lawyers Workhorse Seminar (NHTLA); Practical Skills Seminar (NHBA); People’s Law School (NHTLA); and Remedies Seminar (NHBA). Of Counsel, Masterson Law Group, P.A., St. Petersburg, FL. American Inns of Court Foundation (1988-1991); ‘2010 High Stakes Litigation’ (NHAJ)

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