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Nicole represents individuals pursuing justice against powerful interests, whether that is a hospital, insurance company or corporation. Nicole dedicates her practice to advocating for victims of professional negligence (medical, legal or other professional malpractice), wrongful death, or serious personal injury, as well as employees who have been harassed, discriminated against or unlawfully terminated.
Nicole has spent her career trying complex cases, deposing hostile witnesses and passionately fighting for the rights of her clients and victims. Before joining Beliveau, Fradette and Gallant, Nicole spent many years defending physicians and hospitals in medical negligence actions. Through this experience, she has gained valuable insight that now benefits victims of medical negligence. Additionally, as a former prosecutor and Assistant Hillsborough County Attorney, Nicole also has extensive experience successfully trying highly publicized, major felony cases and working closely and sensitively with victims and their families. No matter the context, Nicole will utilize her legal skills to achieve favorable outcomes for her clients that best serve their future goals and overall well-being.
When she is outside the legal arena, you can typically find Nicole, well, outside. Nicole and her husband, Scott, enthusiastically coach their son’s and daughter’s sports teams and can be found on a baseball diamond somewhere. Nicole also enjoys kayaking, biking, golfing, skiing, weightlifting and any activity that includes her husband, children and collies. Nicole is also dedicated to her local community and is an active member of Granite United Way’s Community Impact Committee and chairs its Emerging Opportunities Subcommittee. Nicole was also appointed by the Mayor of Concord to the Mayor’s Steering Committee to End Homelessness and the Mayor’s Steering Committee to Implement the Plan to End Homelessness.
Nicole was admitted to the New York Bar in 2007, the New Hampshire Bar in 2009 and the Maine Bar in 2010. She received her Juris Doctorate, Magna Cum Laude, from Syracuse University College of Law in 2006.