Experience and Commitment. A Proven Success.

Medical
Malpractice

Our attorneys have a history of success litigating difficult matters involving medical negligence that results in either permanent physical injury or death.

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Civil/Business
Litigation

We handle complex legal matters that require experienced trial litigators to forward matters involving both individuals and businesses.

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Personal Injury/
Product Liability

Dalton & Associates provides personalized and aggressive representation for victims of motor vehicle accidents and cases involving product liability.

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Civil
Rights

Our firm has litigated difficult civil rights claims to the Delaware courts in instances of police brutality, discrimination, and other violations of basic civil rights.

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White Collar
Defense

Our experienced and decorated trial team defends those who have been accused of crimes that arise from the financial sector.

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Sexual
Abuse

Our firm has been counsel to some of the largest sex abuse settlements in the nation.

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The lead lawyer and Director of Dalton & Associates. Immediate Past President of the American College of Trial Lawyers and the Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer as voted by the Delaware Today for 6 consecutive years.

Associate Lawyer who leads our Personal Injury practice. She primarily represents Plaintiffs in injury cases including motor vehicle accidents, product liability and civil rights cases.

Associate Lawyer and a Registered Nurse who manages the Product Liability matters and assists as a valuable member of our Medical Malpractice trial team.

Associate Lawyer with a focus on Trial Practice who represents Plaintiffs in Medical Malpractice, Civil Rights, Sexual Abuse, and other forms of personal injury actions. He also represents Defendants in White Collar, and other Criminal Defense cases, as well as in complex issues of civil litigation in both State and Federal Court.

Ipek Kurul is the lead attorney in asbestos litigation. Ipek’s principal practice involves leading our team of attorneys and support staff in our asbestos litigation.

Associate Lawyer concentrating on civil trial practice and complex civil litigation. He represents clients in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, business/corporate litigation, and civil rights in both Delaware and Pennsylvania.

As a survivor and advocate, Ms. Klein is dedicated to seeking justice for her clients and demanding reform and accountability from the institutions who failed them.

  • Sarah Klein and Andrew Dalton of Dalton and Associates speak at Former Johnstown Doctor’s press conference with survivors
    Kevin Accuttella WTAJ May 15, 2019
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  • Thirteen victims of Dr. Johnnie “Jack” Barto intend to attend a press conference Wednesday to announce a lawsuit.
    Jocelyn Brumbaugh The Tribune Democrat May 14, 2019
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  • As Pennsylvania lawmakers stall, child sex abuse victims suffer | Opinion
    Marci A. Hamilton and Sarah G. Klein The Inquirer April 3, 2019

    Op-ed article co-written by Sarah G. Klein of Dalton and Associates.

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  • Dalton & Associates and Manly Stewart and Finaldi represent victims of Dr. Barto.
    Russ O'Reilly Altoona Mirror March 19, 2019
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  • Andrew Dalton quoted in article about Dr. Barto’s victims.
    Jocelyn Brumbaugh The Tribune Democrat March 19, 2019
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  • Andrew Dalton argues before the Supreme Court in Griffin v. DFS. Click below to watch.
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  • Delaware has 2nd highest rate of vehicle deaths tied to distracted driving
    Delaware Business Now March 5, 2019
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  • Bart Dalton commenting on seeking justice for victims.
    Jon Campbell Rochester Democrat and Chronicle February 20, 2019
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  • Governor Cuomo signs Child Victims Act

    Sarah Klein, of Dalton and Associates, was present for the signing.

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  • Texas man killed by exploding vape pen
    Joshua Rhett Miller New York Post February 5, 2019
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