Nathan Andrew Dickson
Attorney Nathan Dickson’s practice includes representing plaintiffs and victims of personal injury and wrongful death, including extensive experience with defective and dangerous products (automobiles, ATVs, boats, dangerous drugs and medical devices, deer stands, and other consumer products), commercial truck negligence, automobile accidents negligence, single car accidents (including cases of vehicle crash worthiness, seat belt and safety feature failure, and road construction defects), and premises liability. Nathan’s experience has included trials and settlements of such cases into the multi-millions of dollars.
Nathan also represents individuals and small business who have been injured financially. These practice areas include insurance bad faith, insurance premium fraud, consumer fraud, breach of contract, breach of warranty of heavy equipment, farming equipment, and logging equipment, agricultural damage, and breach of warranty on new home construction and foundation repair. Nathan’s experience has included trials and settlements of totaling in the millions of dollars, including a recent verdict of $450,000 for a breach of warranty on a piece of logging equipment.
Nathan’s practice also includes substantial class action, multi-district litigation and mass tort litigation. He has represented clients in numerous areas of class action, including securities litigation, anti-trust litigation, fuel price-fixing litigation, and agricultural and crop related damage, including representing rice farmers in a case against Bayer CropScience for contaminating U.S. rice supplies with genetically modified rice causing the farmer’s serious economic damage. The matter, In re: Genetically Modified Rice Litigation, resulted in Bayer paying rice farmers $750 million.
Nathan’s practice also includes representing businesses in contract disputes and financial injury claims.
J.D., Washington and Lee University School of Law, 2005
B.A., Millsaps College, 2001
magna cum laude
New York, 2012
American Bar Association
American Association for Justice
Alabama Association for Justice
Nathan is active in the legal profession and in his church and community. He serves or has served as President of the Third Judicial Circuit Bar Association for Bullock and Barbour Counties, Executive Committee Member of the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section (chairman of the admissions ceremony committee), and serves or has served on several other law-related committees.
Nathan serves or has served on the Bullock County School Board, as President of the Union Springs Recreation Board, on the Bullock County Tourism Committee, the Union Springs Community Outreach Council, and founded and is President of the Bullock County Social Justice Foundation, a non-profit corporation building community and providing enrichment opportunities for youth and children in Bullock County, Alabama. Nathan also serves or has served as lay leader, Sunday School teacher, and finance chairman of First United Methodist Church in Union Springs, where he annually leads the church’s Stop Hunger Now hunger relief project which raises money for and packages 20,000 meals annually for world hunger relief.