Rated San Francisco’s Best Injury Lawyer
The award-winning attorneys at the Dolan Law Firm are dedicated to relentlessly representing their clients in the pursuit of justice. Founder and lead trial counsel Chris Dolan has been repeatedly recognized as one of the best personal injury attorneys in the San Francisco Bay Area and California. Chris and the other skilled trial lawyers at the Dolan Law Firm have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for their clients.
We are here to serve You. We will evaluate your case for free, confidentially, and with no obligation on your part. We provide each client attentive, individual service of the highest quality. We treat our clients as family. We will work closely with you throughout the legal process. We never charge an hourly fee, and only get paid if we win your case. Please contact us today.
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The Dolan Law Firm Advantage
Outstanding Track Record
When you retain us, you will be represented by one of the premier plaintiffs’ law firms in California that has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for its clients.
Real Trial Lawyers
Your attorney will be trial tested and ready. Because defendants know we take cases to trial every year and prevail, we regularly obtain settlements for our clients far above industry averages.
Leaders Among Lawyers
Chris Dolan and firm attorneys serve on the boards of directors of local, state, and national professional associations that promote access to justice and safeguard the rights of the injured and employees.
The Resources To Win
Our substantial financial and technological resources, access to experts, and superior legal skills enable our clients to hold even the most rich and powerful wrongdoers accountable.
What Our Clients Say About Us
This week’s column focuses on a recent incident about which we have received a number of inquiries. On Sept. 18, a Redwood City police officer en route to a reported crime scene lost control of his patrol vehicle and struck a pedestrian standing in the median of El Camino... MORE
This week’s question comes from Brian T., who asks: Q: I work in an office with a fairly liberal policy on pets in the workplace. While I love animals, I am unfortunately allergic to certain types of longhaired dogs and cats. A co-worker of mine, who has a physical disabi... MORE
This week’s question comes from Maya in San Francisco, who writes: Q: Dear Chris, I interviewed for a receptionist position at a San Francisco company. The person interviewing me offered me the job, but said that I would need to conform to the company’s “grooming policy,”... MORE
This week’s question comes from Michelle P., who writes: Q: “My daughter is a sophomore at a high school within the San Francisco Unified School District. Like many kids her age, she has a smartphone, which helps the family stay in touch but also allows her to interact re... MORE
This week’s question comes from Becky M. in SoMa who asks: Q: “When I was dropping my daughter off at elementary school last week, I drove up the street next to the school. It’s a narrow road with one lane in each direction. I was waiting in line for curbside drop-off whe... MORE