Personal Injury during Quarantine Uncertainty

Personal Injury During Quarantine Uncertainty

The majority of us have been sheltering in place for months. We have endured unprecedented stress and perhaps, even loss. As our state begins to reopen, we emerge from quarantine uncertain of what’s to come and saddled with concerns. With increased travel and mobility comes increased risk for injury. Further complicating this threat is our “new normal” where medical treatment, insurance claims and court proceedings are now far more complicated to navigate. This causes fear, doubt and frustration for those who are suffering and in need of answers.

Now, more than ever, we must rely on our experienced professionals to guide us through these unfamiliar times, while keeping succinct pace with constantly developing changes to our laws and procedures in personal injury cases. 

Robert T. Morgenstern is a litigation attorney with over 40 years of experience and expertise in Personal Injury Law. He is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court. In this past year, he earned his clients over $4.5 million dollars in compensation. His cases have included:

a. Nursing Home Neglect Death

b. Wrongful Death

c. Traumatic Brain Injury

d. Electrocution

e. Slip and Fall

f. Dog Bite

g. Tractor Accident 

h. Bodily Injury 

Please contact our office to arrange for a free consultation with Mr. Morgenstern by phone or with your preferred video-chat application.

Catherine Anne Gacquin Joins Firm as Partner

Catherine Anne Gacquin

Catherine Anne Gacquin Joins Firm as Partner

Catherine Anne Gacquin, Esq. has become a partner in the law firm Dolan & Dolan, PA. She will continue to concentrate her practice on Family Law and related matters.

A graduate of the National University of Ireland (Galway) and Seton Hall Law School, Ms. Gacquin has been in practice for twenty-three years. She is admitted to the bar in New York and New Jersey and is a Court approved Family Law Mediator. Ms. Gacquin is a frequent volunteer for Project Self-Sufficiency and recently received a 2018 Mosaic Award for her contributions to the community. Ms. Gacquin has also volunteered for DASI and Legal Services of Northwest Jersey. Ms. Gacquin sits on the Sussex County Family Law Early Settlement Panel and has served on Blue Ribbon Panels. Originally from Ireland, Ms. Gacquin has lived and worked in Sussex County for the last thirty years. She resides in Wantage with her husband and their son.


Florence A. Hood, Sussex County’s First Female Attorney, Began Her Career at Dolan & Dolan, PA

Florence A. Hood, Sussex County’s First Female Attorney, Began Her Career at Dolan & Dolan, PA

Eleanor Roosevelt joined the female members of the Law School at New York University for afternoon tea in 1929.

Florence A. Hood was initially employed as a stenographer with Dolan & Dolan, PA in 1921. After graduating form the School of Law of New York University in 1930, she returned to Dolan & Dolan to become the first female attorney in Sussex County.

Click here to read Wayne McCabe’s informative article from the New Jersey Herald about one of Dolan & Dolan’s most illustrious alumni.

Why You Should Use a Certified Attorney

The Board on Attorney Certification was established by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in 1980 for the purpose of helping consumers find attorneys who have a recognized level of competence in particular fields of law. 

Roger Thomas is the only Certified Workers Compensation Attorney and Robert Morgenstern is one of only three Certified Civil Trial Attorneys practicing in a Sussex County firm.

A certified attorney is more than just an attorney who specializes in a particular area of law. Attorneys may be designated by the Supreme Court as “certified attorneys” only if they: are able to demonstrate high levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in a specific area of law or practice; have passed a rigorous examination; and have been recognized by their peers and judges as having sufficient skills and reputation in the designated specialty. Currently, there are five certified specialties: civil trial law, criminal trial law, matrimonial trial law, municipal court law, and workers’ compensation law. For more information, visit the Board on Attorney Certification website at .


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