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Mr. Chase began his legal career at Greenberg Traurig, an international law firm in Miami, where he represented securities and financial firms in securities cases and SEC and FINRA investigations.
Thereafter, he accepted a position as Staff Counsel in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, where he worked for almost four years, ultimately obtaining the title of Senior Counsel. For part of that time,...
-Personal attention from Mr. Chase. We maintain a low case volume in order to provide each client an unsurpassed level of personal service. When you hire us, you will receive direct individual attention from Mr. Chase, who will afford you...
After receiving his degree, Mr. Jenkins spent almost seven years prosecuting statewide for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Wells Fargo, Vanderbilt Mortgage, LLC, and several large local and national lending institutions and banks. This gave him a clear understanding of how the debt collection process worked from the creditor's side. He then established the Law Offices of Daniel C. Jenkins, LLC, to work...
Throughout my career, I have kept those experiences in mind. While I go to trial more often than many lawyers, I also know that sometimes a reasonable solution involves negotiation. By preparing carefully and presenting my client's case, I am often able to achieve alternative resolutions such as treatment and rehabilitation instead of jail time.
Mark obtained his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University School of Business and his doctorate of jurisprudence from West Virginia College of Law. He is married to Dr. Amy Everett, a practicing dentist in Morgantown, West Virginia. They have three children, Justin, Alex, and Taylor Everett.
Mark has previously been active...
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Seton Hall University
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New York Law School
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Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Laura began her practice in 1997 working in civil litigation as defense attorney in automobile collisions and insurance law. Thereafter, Laura ran the North Carolina office for a multi-state firm, practicing as a Plaintiff’s attorney in the areas of worker’s compensation and personal injury, and other civil litigation.
From 2000 through 2003, Laura operated Laura S. Jenkins, P.C. serving the community mainly in the areas of...
University of Florida, College of Law
Past-President, Seminole County Bar Association
Past-President, Florida Council of Bar Association Presidents
Past-President, Seminole County Legal Aid Society
Past President, Volie A. Williams, Inn of Court
Board of Directors, Seminole County Bar Association
Board of Directors, Seminole County Inn of Court
Substantial experience in all phases of workers' compensation litigation, up to and including trial and...
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