Lindsey Dalton is a medical malpractice nurse-paralegal who is a valuable resource person for our attorneys concerning medical case issues. She organizes and compiles medical records, reviews and interprets medical records, drafts medical case analyses, assists in determining expert witnesses needed, and drafts summaries of expert witness opinions based on interviews, as well as researches medical case issues using both text and computer database searches.
Prior to joining Rath, Young and Pignatelli in 1989, Lindsey served as a staff nurse 1972-75 at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover; as a supervisor at Hanover Hill Nursing Home 1976-76 in Manchester; as a float nurse at Elliot Hospital 1976-77 in Manchester; and as head nurse of the J.D. French Wing of Elliot Hospital 1977-79.
Lindsey has been involved in paralegal education programs as a presenter and co-presenter. She wrote a bimonthly column entitled “Medical Matters” for the PANH newsletter, The Annotator, for several years.
Lindsey was active with the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire for many years, serving on the Board as president in 2005. She was recognized by the Association with its President’s Award in 2004 and its Paralegal of the Year award in 2005.
Lindsey was published in the National Paralegal Reporter in the April/May 2004 edition, having been asked to contribute on the role of specialty paralegals in New Hampshire.