John Mulcahey is an expert personal injury attorney and formidable trial advocate. For decades, he has helped thousands of families throughout Pennsylvania obtain justice and receive their due compensation.
He has earned widespread acclaim for his work and is board certified in Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Additionally, he was named to Best Lawyers in America since 2020 for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs in Northeastern Pennsylvania and is a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.
Early Life and Education
John Mulcahy was born in New York City on July 20, 1876 to Mortimer Mulcahy Sr., a sales agent for Worth Brothers, a steel company.
He had one sister, Mary, who passed away when he was still an infant. Initially attending school locally, the war of independence interrupted his education and caused a gap in his progress.
His parents were Irish immigrants, and he was raised with Catholic beliefs. A member of the Society of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick, he dedicated his life to serving God.
He graduated from Fordham Prep in 1891, the year of its fifty-fifth anniversary. That same year he was inducted into the school’s Hall of Honor. Additionally, he served as coach at both institutions and later served as an assistant athletic director at Fordham University. A passionate supporter of rowing and its culture at both institutions, his spirit still lives on today through its athletic programs at both institutions.
John Mulcahey has been practicing law for over two decades, specializing in personal injury litigation. Throughout that time, he has represented thousands of Pennsylvania families who have endured serious injuries due to someone else’s carelessness or recklessness.
He has achieved great success in handling numerous cases and obtained millions of dollars in settlements for his clients. Board certified in civil pretrial practice and certified trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, he is highly regarded in this field.
He has extensive expertise in patent prosecution for multinational electronics manufacturers and has evaluated numerous U.S. and foreign patent applications related to medical endoscopy, ultrasonic imaging, weapons/flight simulators, exercise devices and more. Furthermore, he has appeared before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) during both prosecution and post-grant proceedings.
Achievements and Honors
Jack Mulcahy was an iconic American rower and a graduate of Fordham Prep. He achieved great success, winning gold in double sculls and silver in coxless pairs at the 1904 Olympics – becoming Fordham University’s first Olympian.
Mulcahy was also president of Atalanta Boat Club, New York City Board of Aldermen and a sales agent for the steel industry. An enthusiastic supporter of Fordham University, Mulcahy organized their first rowing team in 1915.
He was an active participant of the Irish community in New York and an enthusiastic American citizen. Additionally, he served in the United States Army as a private first class during the Korean War.
John Mulcahy was an accomplished golfer and gardener, as well as a successful businessman and philanthropist.
He was an active supporter of several organizations, such as Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick and the National Irish American Council. Additionally, he had strong ties to Fordham University and Iona College.
His personal life was marked by his generosity, sense of humor and devotion to family. He was an adoring husband, father and grandfather.
He was portrayed by Rene Auberjonois in the original 1970 film and William Christopher throughout the television series. Additionally, a special mention was made of him in Richard Hooker’s M*A*S*H novel.
John Mulcahey’s net worth is estimated to be $60 million. This fortune has been earned through his professional career as a musician and drummer, including with Phish.
He is an author and artist, as well as having his own philanthropic foundation.
Jon is a well-known celebrity who has made many people aware of the significance of education. Born on February 19th in 1965 in Lincolnville Maine, Jon currently resides there.
He has five children: Ella Cynthia, Jack Bradley, Rosie Lorelei, Lily Millay and Fredrick George. In March 2018 his family made an appearance on DIY Network’s home restoration series Maine Cabin Masters.
In addition to music, he has directed films like Ricochet, Blue Ice, The Real McCoy, The Shadow, Silent Trigger, Tale of the Mummy, Resurrection, Swimming Upstream and Resident Evil: Extinction as well as Prayers for Bobby.