Nolan, Kenneth P.
KENNETH P. Nolan, managing partner of the New York office of Speiser Krause PC, specializes in aviation personal injury and wrongful death litigation and trials.
He has successfully obtained million-dollar verdicts and settlements in the Avianca crash on September 20, 1989 and the TWA Flight 800 explosion of July 17, 1996, as well as many others.
Nolan has recovered more than $20 million for a client who survived a commuter plane crash, and has recovered a minimum of $10 million for clients more than 15 times. He has successfully litigated more than 140 cases worth at least $1 million each.
Nolan has served as an editor for The New York Times and has written articles for The Times and other publications.
He is a past member of the Board of Editors of The New York State Bar Journal and has been president of the Catholic Lawyers Guild.
A past president of the Emerald Association of Long Island and a past member of the Board of Trustees of Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School, Nolan has been honored by the Holy Name Foundation, which raises funds to support Nolan's former grammar school. He graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1977.
Nolan's family is from Tipperary and Limerick. He and his wife Nancy have four children and live in Brooklyn and Shelter Island
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