LAWYER AND BEST-SELLING LEGAL
AUTHOR MARK C. BLANE SPEARHEADS TOP
ISSUES FOR PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS
GIVING THEM A FOOTHOLD AGAINST CORPORATE GIANTS
By Vanessa Van Petten
When personal injury victims are left struggling for their rights in the complicated legal process, Mark C. Blane offers a safe haven of guidance and expert support. In his San Diego-based practice, Blane has made an art of protecting and defending victims of personal injury and winning cases that have been highlighted in major national publications and legal journals, including the ABA Journal, San Diego Business Journal, National Jurist Magazine, and the Shreveport Times- Louisiana. Blane has also become a leading authority on demystifying the law for the public as an author of nine legal titles, including the best seller A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, the renowned book that has uncovered the well-kept secrets of the health insurance industry.
Blane received his law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego after studying Psychology and Criminal Justice at Louisiana State University. His groundbreaking approach to representing victims of negligence has helped him recover millions of dollars for his clients. He works tirelessly to gain fair compensation for clients to cover their medical expenses from catastrophic losses due to defective products, accidents, automobile and motorcycle collisions, and even slips and falls. However, his successes are hard-earned; Blane is often pitted against major insurance companies and some of the largest defense law firms.
What sets Blane apart from other personal injury attorneys is his personal dedication to all aspects of his client’s cases—both medical and legal. Blane’s specialty of both understanding and working closely with Doctors is exactly what wins him most of his cases. “Documenting the medical effects and asking Doctors the right questions is my secret weapon. I know how to tie in the medical care with the law and then, if needed, prove this to a jury.”
Only further proving the success of Blane’s approach is the fact that he only works on a contingency basis. “I believe everyone is deserving of good legal counsel. Injury lawyers are like public watchdogs, making sure companies and corporations take responsibility for the injuries they cause and bringing justice to those who have been wronged.”