Abram I. Bohrer is the founder of the Law Office of Bohrer & Lukeman in New York, New York. Mr. Bohrer has dedicated his career to representing the victims of aviation accidents and other disasters. His exceptional track record includes successfully litigating claims against more than a dozen major domestic and international airlines and aircraft manufacturers.
Mr. Bohrer has participated in several landmark cases, including the high-profile suit against American Airlines and Airbus following the 2011 crash of Flight 587. In addition, he has pioneered passenger’s rights litigation involving the Warsaw Convention, the treaty governing international commercial air travel.
In addition to aviation disaster litigation, Mr. Bohrer handled high-profile cases involving the 2003 Staten Island Ferry crash and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. His practice also includes complex personal injury cases, and he has recovered millions of dollars in damages for victims of car accidents, construction accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, drugs and medical devices, nursing home abuse and police assault.
Mr. Bohrer is a member of the state bars of New York and New Jersey, and he is a frequent lecturer on trial practice and torts law. He is a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association, for which he has served as the vice-chairman of the Aviation and Space Law Committee, Tort Law Section.
Mr. Bohrer received a B.A. in economics from George Washington University in 1987. He graduated from the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 1991, where he won the Best Oral Advocate award and remained on the Dean’s List for all three years.
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