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Keith W. Donahoe, Esq.

Keith W. Donahoe, Esq.

Keith W. Donahoe, Esq.

  • Donahoe Kearney, LLP
  • 1901 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Suite 900 Washington, DC 20006
  • 202-393-3320
 
Mr. Donahoe is a founding partner of DONAHOE KEARNEY, LLP. He is a nationally board-certified trial attorney who specializes in claims involving people injured as the result of poor medical care. Over his twenty three-year career, Mr. Donahoe has secured justice for hundreds of people seriously injured due to poor medical care. Mr. Donahoe was recently recognized by THE BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA as one of the Washington D.C. Area’s “BEST LAWYERS” in the field of Medical Malpractice. Mr. Donahoe is a zealous advocate for the injured, who believes that every client deserves superior legal representation. Mr. Donahoe resides in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife, Diana, and two children Allison and Peter.

Education:

Mr. Donahoe is a graduate of Villanova University and Georgetown University Law Center. He graduated from both institutions with honors.

Professional Honors & Activities:

Mr. Donahoe is a member of the Board of Governors of the District of Columbia Trial Lawyers Association and is a past Chairman of the Medical Malpractice Committee of the D.C. Bar Association. Mr. Donahoe is a past president of the Villanova Alumni Association and a past Barrister of the Charles Fahy American Inns of Court. Mr. Donahoe is a member of the D.C. Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Maryland Trial Lawyer’s Association.

Publications:

Mr. Donahoe’s unwavering representation of the injured has resulted in a number of significant published judicial opinions extending the rights of injured individuals including, WMATA v. Jeanty, 718 A.2d 172 (D.C. 1998); WMATA v. D.C. Dept. of Employment Services, (D.C. 1999); Brown v. D.C. Dept. of Employment Services, (D.C. 1997); and Wahlne v. D.C. Dept. of Employment Services, (D.C. 1997).