On his way to a career in law, Mark S. Humphreys worked in a variety of jobs from mowing lawns to truck driving, and warehouse labor to teaching school. He earned more real life experience before returning to law school in management positions with United Parcel Service and Roadway Express.
He's been there. He understands.
He paid his way through college. To pay law school tuition, Mark worked for three law firms, researching and writing papers under the direction of senior attorneys. His work was so outstanding that while in law school, he participated in over twenty jury trials.
Rather than join a big firm, Mark hung out his own shingle...and hit the ground running. On his first day of practicing law on his own, he was in court on seven different cases. Since 1994, Mark has tried over one hundred jury cases and many others before the bench.
He has represented over 3,500 people and businesses in matters ranging from minor criminal cases to serious felonies, and from minor debt collection to a $10 million oil and gas case.
That's experience you can depend on.
Mark's practice is devoted to the kinds of cases that affect ordinary people and small companies. Even if just a few hundred dollars are at stake, he will help if he believes he can make a difference.
Call Mark Humphreys. He's been there. He understands. He gets results.
Did You Know?Fights Insurance Companies Handles "Bad Faith" Insurance Claims No Case is too Small Against an Insurance Company 95% of Marks practice is Going Against Corporations and Insurance Companies Jury Trials in Over 100 Cases Over 3,500 Clients in Less Than 15 Years Brings Real Life Experience to the Application of the Law Explains the Law in Understandable Terms Will Help You Understand the Pros and Cons in a Dispute
Mark S. Humphreys has been able to negotiate favorable settlements for his clients in literally 1000's of cases.
Approximately 75% of Mark's cases are referrals from other Attorneys or past clients.
Mark will give you his honest and frank opinions. You may not always like what he has to say, but if you need to hear it, he will tell you.
You will get the pros and cons and how the facts in your situation fit in with existing law.