Nick Wright brings a variety of experiences to Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright. As a counselor for abused and neglected children, he learned the importance of zealous advocacy for the rights of others. As a community worker in Belfast, Northern Ireland, he realized the necessity of being both a good listener and a persuasive speaker. Before joining us in 1999, he was a research assistant in the House of Commons in London, England, where he learned that good preparation is the key to success in any venture.
As a lead trial attorney for Bouchard Kleinman & Wright, P.A. Attorney Wright has represented hundreds of clients in New Hampshire District Court, Superior Courts and the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He also routinely practices in New Hampshire’s federal district court. Attorney Wright has represented clients on a variety of claims including products liability, construction litigation, personal injury, subrogation, consumer protection and landlord and tenant matters. He has represented individuals as well as some of the largest insurance companies in America. He brings the same dedication to detail and zeal for advocacy to all his cases.
Since joining the firm Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright, Nick Wright has also developed a niche practice in the area of fire litigation. Attorney Wright is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and attended the Institute of Fire Science to study the cause and origin of fires. He enjoys getting his hands dirty when investigating a fire, crawling around with his investigators to get all the evidence possible from the scene whenever possible. He then uses the information he gathers in his representation to marshal the facts and present a strong argument on his client’s behalf .
Attorney Wright has been successful in garnering both jury verdicts and settlements worth hundred of thousands of dollars in fire loss cases. He routinely handles large loss subrogation claims stemming from fires for numerous insurance companies. With the special knowledge he has developed, he has defended numerous businesses and individuals when accused of causing a fire. Attorney Wright’s understanding of fire science and strong network of experts in the field of fire science allow him to bring the appropriate expertise to the particular facts of each case.
He earned his Juris Doctorate from UNH School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) in New Hampshire and earned his Bachelor of Arts from Grinnell College. He is a member of the New Hampshire Bar and the bar for the federal district of New Hampshire. Attorney Wright is also a member of the Manchester Bar Association and National Fire Protection Association. He is an avid gardener and a mediocre musician.
His firm, Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright, P.A., has represented individuals and companies in thousands of cases and has been involved in hundreds of trials, the vast majority of which were decided in favor of Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright clients.
The attorneys of Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright have the background and experience to handle all aspects of a case, through trial if necessary, to a successful conclusion. Throughout your experience with Nicholas D. Wright or any of the attorneys of Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright, P.A., you'll come to appreciate the firm's " Professionalism With a Personal Touch."
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|NH||Authorized to practice law||1999||04/03/2014|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Selected as one of Boston's Top Lawyers||Legal Leaders||2015|
|Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 client satisfaction||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|AV Preeminent Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|Rural Americans Scholar||Grinnell College||1985|
|Partner||Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright P.A.||2000 - Present|
|Associate||Bouchard & Mallory||1999 - 2000|
|cross-community worker||Belfast Education and Library Board||1988 - 1990|
|Research Assistant||House of Commons - Great Britain||1986 - 1987|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Manchester Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|National Fire Protection Association||Memeber||2006 - Present|
|New Hampshire Bar Association||Member||1999 - Present|
|LAMPREY v. BRITTON 163 N.H. 252 (2012)||Resolved in favor of client|
|BALAMOTIS v. HYLAND 159 N.H. 803 (2010)||Resolved in favor of client|
|BANFIELD v. ALLSTATE INS. CO., 152 N.H. 491 (2005)||Resolved in favor of client|
|Institute of Fire Science||origin and cause investigation||Unknown||2006|
|UNH School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|Grinnell College||English and History||Bachelor of Arts||1987|
|Continuing Legal Education||The New Hampshire Civil Jury Trial: Soup to Nuts||2013|