- 5.0/5.0 (1 review)
Mark is a native son of the Puget Sound area. Although as a teenager he traveled the world extensively with his family - gaining some valuable experience in humanity and diversity - he returned to earn his B.A. in American History at the University of Washington in 1981, and won his Juris Doctorate from Seattle University's School of Law (formerly the University of Puget Sound). He's lived and worked here ever since. Chances are that he has worked with or knows the reputation of your adjuster, claims manager, vocational rehabilitation counselor, and physicians. In his twenty-plus years of practice as a self-employed attorney (January 1986 to the present), he has represented thousand of individuals who have been injured at work and/or due to the negligence of other parties; he has handled innumerable jury trials, appeals and administrative hearings.
Mark has also represented his clients, as a courtesy, in criminal courts and with their Social Security Disability claims. He also helps the Public Defender by handling a couple of cases a year for them.
Mark has been involved with several community boards, and taught pre-trial advocacy as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Seattle University's School of Law (1999-2004). He serves on the Washington State Association for Justice Board of Governors, and is a graduate of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, Wyoming.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 08/08/13 in Workers Compensation.
Mark and his staff are very knowledgeable. I have an unconventional claim and his office has helped me navigate through the barrage of doctors L&I has sent me through.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 10/14/11 in Workers Compensation.
Mark has worked for my wife as well as for myself and has done excellent work for both of us.
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