Mark Blane is solo-practicing attorney and a two-time best selling legal author who specializes in personal injury law in downtown San Diego. His book, “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing,” on the day of its release, hit the Best Sellers List in two categories on Amazon reaching #1 in the Insurance category and #42 in the Personal Finance category.
He was also inducted into the National Academy of Best-Selling Authors. His other book, “Protect & Defend” also hit the Best Sellers List on Amazon in two different categories. He is the author of 10 injury consumer guides.
He was born and partly raised in Bremerhaven, Germany, eventually moving to Northern Louisiana. He graduated from Louisiana State University – Shreveport, with two degrees: one in Psychology, and the other in Criminal Justice.
He went on to earn a Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. Mr. Blane remained in San Diego and was admitted to the California state bar. He has also been admitted to the Minnesota and Texas state bars, in addition to various federal courts across the United States.
Mr. Blane represents people in Southern California who have been injured by the negligence of others due to defective products, automobile/motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, and other various accidents that have caused catastrophic loss.
He often finds himself against some of the largest insurance companies in the country, in addition to some of the most respected defense law firms in California.
Mr. Blane’s law office is primarily comprised of a team of paralegals. He likes keeping hislegal team small and approachable, and making sure his clients get his personal attention. In fact, when you become a client of his law firm, you meet with Mr. Blane directly.
He never delegates a first meeting to an associate or paralegal. Since all of his clients have been injured in some way, Mr. Blane is extremely proactive in making sure he meets each and every client first.
He needs to meet them face-to-face in order to accept a case. This ensures that their injury story can be told by him to the insurance company, and ultimately, if necessary, the community of neighbors (jury).
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