A founding partner of Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum, Dan Dolan provides strategically aggressive advocacy for his clients throughout Florida and across the United States. Focusing his practice on civil trials with an emphasis on representing the catastrophically injured and the families of those suffering from the loss of preventable deaths, he handles a variety of cases including motor vehicle accidents, landowner liability, inadequate security, medical and hospital negligence and prescription drug errors. After spending the first several years of his more than 20-year legal career representing doctors, hospitals, corporations and insurance companies, Mr. Dolan’s familiarity with the methods and strategies used by major corporations in assessing risk and defending lawsuits gives him a unique perspective in fighting against these same industries today. Since 2001, Mr. Dolan has recovered over $80 million on behalf of his clients in a wide variety of civil cases. In 2008, he was elected the President of the Dade County Trial Lawyers Association, the largest county-based trial lawyer organization in the State of Florida. An Eagle member of the Florida Justice Association, Mr. Dolan was selected to serve as chairman of the Dade County Legislative Recruitment Task Force. In 2004, he was awarded the Association’s Bronze Eagle Award. Over the years, Mr. Dolan has lectured on trial advocacy and litigation tactics to, among others, the American Bar Association, Florida Justice Association, Dade County Trial Lawyers Association, Dade County Bar Association and to law schools. Mr. Dolan is actively involved with his law school alma mater, St. Thomas University, where he serves as Chairman of the law school board of advisors and dedicated the Ken Feldman Center for Student Affairs with largest one-time donation by an alumnus in the law school’s history.