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Attorney Abigail Kline is an Associate with the firm. Her practice focuses on civil litigation, including personal injury claims, unfair and deceptive consumer protection claims, and landlord/tenant disputes.

Prior to joining Alekman DiTusa, Abbie worked extensively with property owners, tenants, and municipalities to resolve litigated violations of the state Sanitary and Building Codes, in addition to other property law cases. Her practice covered Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, with the bulk of her work in the Western Division Housing Court in Springfield, Pittsfield, and Greenfield.

Abbie is a 2015 graduate of the Northeastern University School of Law (“NUSL”) where she gained extensive first-hand advocacy experience through the Northeastern Co-Op program. In addition to a summer associate position with a Boston civil rights firm, she represented indigent clients through NUSL’s Criminal Law Advocacy Clinic, regularly appeared in court on behalf of the City of Boston Inspectional Services Department, completed a research clerkship with the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston, handled personal injury claims for Eversource Energy, and tried a personal injury jury trial in Federal District Court.

Abbie completed her undergraduate coursework at Wheaton College (MA), graduating cum laude with a degree in History and Legal Studies. While earning her degree, Abbie twice led the women’s rugby team to the regional finals of the Division III National Small College Rugby Organization while simultaneously captaining the women’s ice hockey team.

Currently, Abbie stays active in the community as a volunteer with the Hampden County Bar Association Landlord/Tenant Lawyer for the Day clinic and the American Bar Association Free Legal Answers program. She continues to referee rugby at all levels and sits on the board of the nonprofit Seacoast Rugby.  She and her husband also own a farm where they hope to build a small local orchard and craft cidery, though their current crop is mostly rocks.

Abbie is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, as well as the Federal District Courts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

How I Serve Clients

As an injury lawyer, consumer protection attorney, and landlord/tenant dispute advocate, a fundamental aspect of my practice is representing injury and financial victims and tenants in seeking justice for those causing harm.  While at first these areas may not seem related, they typically all have one aspect in common – the feeling of powerless of victims against insurance companies, consumer product companies, and landlords who cause harm and damages.

My role is to return the balance of power to victims.  Whether they have been physically injured or financially harmed, I and our firm take on all of those responsible – regardless of company size.  We demand full and fair compensation for our clients.  If those responsible are not willing to pay what they owe, we will take them to trial, and advocate on behalf of our clients before a jury, who can then determine fault and damages.

If you’ve been injured or financially harmed, please call for a free consultation and learn how we can help.

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