Nicole Dolle has dedicated 100% of her practice to handling personal injury cases since she graduated from Chapman University Fowler School of Law in 2013. Nicole focuses on helping clients who have suffered severe bodily harm, including bone fractures, traumatic brain injuries, and permanent scarring and disfigurement. She is highly qualified in handling and litigating auto and truck accidents, slip and falls, trip and falls, and dog bite cases.
Nicole has deep roots in the Orange County community and was born in North Tustin. She moved away to complete her undergraduate degree in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of California, Berkeley where she graduated with honors, and then returned home to obtain a Juris Doctor at Chapman Law.
At Chapman, Nicole was a member of the Mock Trial Honor Board and the Alternate Dispute Resolution Honor Board. She regularly competed in regional and national trial and ADR competitions and placed second in the nation in the American Bar Association’s Representation in Mediation Competition.
Her successes in the mock courtroom led Nicole to realize that her calling was that of a plaintiff’s trial lawyer. Since then she has aggressively positioned herself as a true litigator with a deep familiarity of the courtroom. Insurance companies have learned the hard way that Nicole does not tolerate lowball settlement offers, and that she fights for her clients with all of the firepower at her disposal.
While she is off the clock, Nicole continues to give back to the Orange County community, where she coaches local high school mock trial teams, and volunteers to assist with competition teams at Chapman Law.
Nicole is married and currently resides with her husband in Corona Del Mar.