Dan Dolan was recently featured in the Daily Business Review’s “Profiles in Law” section. The article, written by Litigation Reporter Raychel Lean, describes Dan’s tenacious approach to practicing law and the factors that have contributed to his success as a lawyer and contributing member of the South Florida community.
From his early days interning for the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office to representing victims of serious injury at DDRB, Dan has spent his entire career taking on the most formidable opponents and turning fear into a passion for winning. “As a trial lawyer,” Dan said, “you quickly identify what you fear, and it either makes you turn and run, or accept the reality that you have no choice but to be relentlessly passionate about winning.” With that passion, Dan has helped many injured victims get back on their feet (sometimes literally) by efficiently and aggressively representing them, even against difficult odds.
One such case this year was a products liability lawsuit against one of the largest manufacturers of firefighting equipment. Although the case settled confidentially the day before jury selection, it also resulted in the manufacturer redesigning its training device and instruction manuals to prevent future accidents.
In addition to focusing his practice on helping injured victims in Florida, Dan also serves on the Board of Trustees of St. Thomas University and is membership chair for the Miami Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Read Full Article.