Vandana M. Abrams is an associate attorney with Bouhan Falligant LLP whose practice focuses on malpractice and professional liability defense as well as trucking law and defense. She is an active participant in the transportation group’s emergency response team and is one of the firm’s on-scene accident investigators. Abrams also has extensive experience representing victims of intimate partner and other violence in obtaining Temporary Protective Orders. She assists university and college students to maneuver the intricacies of Title 9 claims and the investigation phase as well as handling the concomitant litigation that generally follows.
Prior to joining Bouhan Falligant, Abrams was an associate attorney at a national law firm specializing in insurance defense. Abrams also proudly served as a prosecutor in the Chatham County District Attorney’s Office, specializing in crimes of intimate partner violence and child abuse. While a prosecutor, Abrams had over fifty jury trials, ranging from DUI to murder.
Abrams is a member of the Board of Directors for the Humane Society for Greater Savannah is the current president of the board. She is past chairperson for the Chatham County Family Violence Council. She is an active member of the Savannah Bar Association and is a member of the Southern States Police Benevolent Association, Inc.
Abrams earned her J.D. from the Georgia State University College of Law, where she served as president for the Student Trial Lawyers Association and successfully competed in national competitions. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and a minor in Spanish from the University of Georgia.