My Path To The Law
When I decided to become an attorney, my goal was to be a prosecutor. I had just finished working for the Department of Justice, working alongside federal prosecutors and FBI agents investigating health care fraud and illegal kickbacks.
But soon my path would change. Halfway through law school, my father suffered a delay in diagnosis of cancer. He had a persistent cough for many months before finally getting the test that showed he had terminal lung cancer. Having lived through the frustrations of needless delays with the medical system, my focus had changed. I became driven to fight for victims of medical negligence and serious personal injury.
In the United States, justice for such acts take place in civil courts and are decided by a jury of your peers representing a cross section of your community. The opportunity to fight for fairness and justice for victims of preventable injury and medical negligence became my mission.
I know what it feels like to have one’s trust betrayed by another person who recklessly disregarded another person’s well-being. And I know what it feels like to ask “what if” and be afraid to know the answer.
Here’s My Promise to You
I will listen. I will make your voice heard. And I will do everything in my power to help. If you’ve been a victim of negligence, carelessness, or recklessness, contact my office to arrange for a free review of your legal options. I don’t take cases based on their size, only their legal merit.
In 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022, Mark was selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star. Twice, he was named as Top 40 under 40 by National Trial Lawyers.
Mark has a great deal of experience handling sensitive and complex medical malpractice and personal injury cases over the course of his career. Prior to opening this firm, he worked as a Trial Lawyer at several nationally recognized firms. He worked in the Boston Office of the U.S. Attorney/Department of Justice; Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office; and clerked for Federal Judge Marianne B. Bowler. While in law school, he was recognized as the Best Oral Advocate and was chosen for the Constitutional Law Moot Court Team. He was also elected by his peers as President of the Moot Court Honor Board and Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy.
He is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA). He was honored in 2013 with the President’s Award from MATA for his commitment to advocating for victims’ rights. Mark is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School (J.D.) and Boston College (B.A.).
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