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Mark Wolin has practiced as a trial lawyer in personal injury and wrongful death in South Florida for 23 years. He has tried cases throughout Florida, and has successfully represented hundreds of clients in personal injury cases of all kinds, including motor vehicle accidents, premises liability (slip- and trip- and falls, construction defects, negligent security (injuries resulting from criminal conduct at a business premises), products liability, medical malpractice, dental malpractice, dog bites, pharmaceutical mis-fills, nursing home neglect and abuse, brain injuries, spinal chord injuries and wrongful death.
Prior to his two-decades of experience in personal injury law, he was legal editor of WSVN (Channel 7) Television’s Live at Five and an award-winning investigative reporter. As an attorney, Mark uses these skills and talents to help his clients win the justice they deserve for injuries caused by another.
He is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, the courts of Florida and Illinois, the 11th U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta and the U.S. 7th Court of Appeals in Chicago. He is a former member of the board of directors of the Dade County Trial Lawyers Association, former vice chair for public relations, Dade County Bar Association; President’s Club, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers; and an alumnus of the prestigious National Board of Trial Advocacy.
While also representing plaintiffs, Mark acquired 15 years of experience as an insurance defense attorney, giving him insight and understanding into how the big insurance companies work.
Long committed to community and public service, Mark presently serves on the board of the North Miami Foundation for Senior Citizens, and is vice chairman of the City of North Miami Business Development Board. He also serves on the advisory committee of the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency. He is a former board member of the Broward County Commission on Substance Abuse, Broward Crimestoppers, the University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital Papanicolou Comprehensive Cancer Center, now known as the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, the North Miami Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Biscayne Park Charter Review Commission.
He holds a juris doctorate degree from the De Paul University College of Law, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University. He has received numerous awards and citations, including honors from the Dade County Safety Commission , Fort Lauderdale Jaycees Outstanding Young Leader of the Year and during his years in journalism, two Emmy nominations. Mark has three children. He is bilingual in English and Spanish.