Mark Prince

Prince Law Firm
404 N Monroe St
Marion, IL 62959
(618) 997-2111

Mark concentrates his law practice to representing people who have been harmed in any manner by the wrongful conduct of other people or corporations. His passion for lending a helping hand to those in need has resulted in Mark handling just about every type of personal injury case we can imagine. Those types of cases include bicycle and motorcycle accidents, auto accidents, slips and falls, construction or work-site accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, railroad accidents and workers’ compensation, and wrongful death. Once Mark accepts a case, he devotes his best effort including donating all necessary financial resources to prosecute a case, to get the best possible result. This effort is put forth for each and every client, regardless of whether one considers a case to be “big” or “small”.

J.D, Southern Illinois University, 1988
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Received several scholastic awards for consumer protection oriented studies
B.A, University of Illinios  Springfield, 1985
Political Science
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State of Illinois, 1988
Southern District of Illinois, 1989
Seventh Circuit of Appeals, 1992
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (“ITLA”)
Member Since: 1992
Elected to Board of Managers since 2004
Co-Chair of Legislative Committee since 2009
Co-Chair of Seminar Planning Committee, 2007
Member of Executive Committee since 2012
Elected Officer since 2010
Current President of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
American Association of Justice
Member Since: 1995
Illinois State Bar Association
Member Since: 1988
American Bar Association
Member Since: 1988
Jackson County Bar Association
Member Since: 1988
Williamson County Bar Association
Member Since: 1988
Because Mark believes in helping all injured people obtain a fair and reasonable monetary compensation for their losses, even if he doesn’t represent them, he frequently lectures other lawyers on various aspects of personal injury law. The thrust of his presentations has been to teach the “nuts and bolts” no how to maximize the monetary recovery for an injured person.

He has presented seminars at the request of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education. Mark looks forward to delivering many more teaching seminars in the future.

Non-Legal Activities
In 2011, Governor Patrick Quinn appointed Mark to serve as a labor representative to the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board. In this capacity, Mark is able to make recommendations that will make the workers’ compensation system more effective and efficient for the injured worker.