Mark represents individuals and families that have been injured by
the fault of others.
Whether you were injured in a simple fender bender,
slip and fall or a major tractor trailer collision, Mark wants to help
you receive the compensation you deserve. Let Mark help you navigate the
potential pitfalls of dealing with the insurance adjusters.
The same goes for workers' compensation injuries. If you've
been hurt while working for someone else, the workers' compensation laws
provide compensation for your injuries. Or, if you've been laid off and
have a prior settlement, let Mark review the settlement with you to see
if you're due more compensation. In some cases, even if you haven't
been laid off, but your employer has changed names, you may be entitled
to reopen your settlement. Don't let your employer deny paying you what
you are due without talking to an attorney.
Mark also prepares wills; handles defamation of character
suits; prosecutes products liability, medical malpractice and nursing
home actions; and represents corporate clients in general business
Mark's areas of practice include:
Admitted to bar: Tennessee, 2001
Prior to beginning his plaintiff's practice, Mark worked as an attorney with an insurance defense firm in Nashville.
Born in Murfreesboro and raised in Nashville, Mark received a
Bachelors of Science, cum laude, from Middle Tennessee State University
and his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Tennessee
College of Law.
While at the University of Tennessee, Mark served as the Executive Editor
of the Tennessee Law Review and his comment, "Third-Party Associative
Discrimination Under Title VII," received the Hunton & Williams Law Review
Mark volunteers with Nashville Adult Literacy Council and People of God Orgainzed. He was also recently invited to be a deacon at Eastwood Christian Church where he attends with his wife, Leah.
Hourly ($150-250/hour), contingent (20-33%), Fixed (sometimes)
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Hunton & Williams Law Review Prize||University of Tennessee||2001|
|Member||Honeycutt & Doyle, PLLC||2006 - Present|
|Assocate||Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan, PLLC||2001 - 2006|
|Tennessee Law Review||Third-Party Associative Discrimination Under Title VII||2001|
|University of Tennessee College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Middle Tennessee State University||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||N/A|