Abraham was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. As the eighth of nine children, he learned early in life the importance of resourcefulness and resilience. Abraham’s family, especially his five older brothers, helped him develop the skills necessary to effectively face challenges and conflict head on. These skills have proven to be invaluable throughout Abraham’s legal career.

Abraham attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he received a bachelor’s degree in accounting and subsequently his law degree. Throughout his education Abraham was actively involved in his community including serving as the president of his law school’s J. Reuben Clark Law Society student chapter. Abraham is licensed to practice law in both Utah and Nevada.

Abraham’s first job out of law school was as a defense attorney for insurance companies. In that capacity, he was able to get a glimpse behind the curtain into how insurance companies operate and how they handle personal injury claims. Now, Abraham finds great personal fulfillment in using that experience representing injured parties. He takes immense pleasure in assisting those individuals navigate what can be some of the most challenging experiences of their lives.

Abraham has a wife and two small children with whom he enjoys spending as much time as he can outdoors. His hobbies include running, escape rooms, and hiking the red hills of St. George with his family.

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