Glenn P. Dolan

Glenn P. Dolan

Location:
New York, New York
Phone:
212-785-5115
800-459-5114 (Toll Free)
Fax:
646-525-4884
Email:

Glenn Dolan has been litigating personal injury cases for over two decades, securing some of the largest verdicts and settlements in the State of New York on behalf of victims of construction site accidents, motor vehicle accidents, slip/trip-and-fall accidents, lead poisoning, medical malpractice, legal malpractice and defective products, including:

10 million dollar verdict for an eighth-grade girl who was the victim of two separate sexual assaults in a one-week period in a Brooklyn junior high school;

4 million dollar settlement for a 4-month-old infant passenger in an S.U.V. that rolled over on Route 95 in Virginia when her father lost control of the vehicle;

3.2 million dollar verdict for a 74 year old who fell down transit authority stairs;

3 million dollar verdict for a police officer who dislocated his shoulder when his scooter skid out on sand while he was patrolling a school yard;

3 million dollar verdict on behalf of an eight-year-old Bronx girl who was diagnosed with lead poisoning;

3 million dollar settlement on behalf of a laborer who broke his ankle when he fell from a straight ladder that slipped out on a wet floor at the new Yankee Stadium construction site;

combined 2.7 million dollar verdict/settlement for a Bronx boy who broke his hip when he tripped and fell on a sidewalk shed scaffold;

2.5 million dollar verdict for a Bronx woman who fractured her knee cap when she tripped and fell on a raised sidewalk;

2.225 million dollar settlement on behalf of a non-union laborer who sustained permanent injuries to his neck, back and knees;

2 million dollar verdict for a Bronx man who sustained a degloving injury to his arm when he was hit by a truck at the Hunts Point produce market;

2.1 million dollar settlement for an undocumented worker who lost vision in one eye after falling 30 feet from a hanging scaffold;

1.95 million dollar settlement during trial for a union carpenter who injured his neck and back when he fell on a platform of a baker scaffold that shifted due to its not being equipped with functioning wheel locks;

1.8 million dollar settlement for a laborer who injured his leg, neck and back when he fell 12 feet from an extension ladder that slipped out from under him;

1.8 million dollar settlement during trial for a construction worker that re-injured his back when a dumpster fell off a building knocking him down a stairway at a Bryant Park construction site;

1.78 million dollar settlement on behalf of a concrete worker who injured his back when he fell backwards into an uncovered opening on the 25th-floor of a downtown Manhattan construction site;

1.75 million dollar settlement for a Local 78 asbestos worker who injured his leg and back when he fell six feet from a scaffold that tipped after being hit by construction debris;

1.7 million dollar settlement on behalf of the estate of a man who was killed when the machinery he was operating tipped over at a Staten Island Ferry construction site;

1.65 million dollars to a bus driver who reinjured her neck;

1.6 million dollar verdict for an off-duty firefighter who sustained a degloving injury to his leg causing him to miss 20 weeks of work when his motorcycle was hit by a truck on Route 84 in Greenville, NY;

1.6 million dollar settlement for a Local 46 iron worker who injured his shoulder and knee when he fell five feet through a wooden deck at the new Yankee Stadium construction project;

1.525 million dollars for a construction worker who was injured when the trench he was digging collapsed;

1.3 million dollar settlement during trial on behalf of a woman who fractured her leg after she tripped and fell on a stairway;

1.3 million dollar settlement on behalf of a laborer who lost vision in one eye when a nail splintered as he was hammering;

1.1 million dollar settlement for a local 580 iron worker who re-injured his knee when he tripped over a raised and unsecured steel plate at a loading dock of a Bryant Park construction site;

1.1 million dollar settlement on behalf of a Local 29 union jackhammer operator who injured his neck and back when he fell 15 feet through an elevated train platform;

1.0 million dollar settlement on behalf of a woman who fractured her foot when an elevator fell four floors at a Manhattan office building;

1.0 million dollar verdict for a Brooklyn couple that was hit by a car while crossing the street, sustaining a fractured wrist and disc herniations;

1.0 million dollar settlement on behalf of a driver who sustained neck injuries in a two-car accident;

eight hundred fifty thousand dollars for a mother who injured her neck when the ceiling fell as she showered;

six hundred thousand dollars to a tenant who tripped and fell over objects left by the landlord, sustaining a head injury;

three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars to a passenger in a taxi cab who sustained a laceration to her face.

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury - Plaintiff
  • Labor Law - Plaintiff
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents - Plaintiff
  • Toxic Torts - Plaintiff
  • Wrongful Death - Plaintiff

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • New York, 1991
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, 1992
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 1992

Education

  • Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
    • J.D. - 1990
  • Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    • B.A. - 1987

Honors and Awards

  • Selected for Publication and Recording New York Million Dollar Openings and Closings

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Association for Justice (ATLA)
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • Bronx County Bar Association

Past Employment Positions

  • Lipsig, Shapey, Manus and Moverman, P.C., Partner, 2002 - 2013
  • Lipsig, Shapey, Manus and Moverman, P.C., Associate, 1992 - 2002
  • Wenig & Wenig, Associate, 1990 - 1992