The Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt
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Mark T. Hurt
Kingsport car accident lawyer, Mark Hurt, understands the challenges that many Tri-Cities families face. Mark is a native Bristolian who earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his law degree from Duke University, graduating at the top 10 percent of his class. Although Mark did practice law at large litigation firms in Dallas and Washington, D.C., he eventually returned to the area he grew up in and loved and opened his own law firm. The Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt has now grown to seven locations in Virginia and Tennessee.
Every one of Mark’s clients knows that Mark is dedicated to making a difference in their lives during times when they need that support the most, whether they are facing criminal charges, have suffered a serious injury, lost a loved one in a tragic accident, or need to make critical estate planning decisions.
They know they can count on Mark to aggressively advocate for them no matter what legal issues they are facing. Some of the most common legal issues Mark handles include car and vehicle accidents, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, Social Security disability, whistleblowing, traffic tickets, CDL representation, reckless driving, speeding, and estate planning.
In Virginia and Tennessee legal circles, Mark has built a solid reputation of being relentless in his pursuit of seeking full compensation for victims in personal injury litigation cases. In business and other legal matters, he is known for developing cost-effective solutions that are consistent with each client’s objectives.
He has successfully represented hundreds of clients, obtaining the best results based on the circumstances of the case. He is a skilled negotiator, having reached settlements for clients ranging from minor personal injury cases for thousands of dollars all the way up to multimillion-dollar settlements for major cases.
He is also an accomplished litigator, with extensive experience trying cases in front of juries, as well as arguing appeals in Virginia, Tennessee, and federal courts. Mark has also twice argued cases before the United States Supreme Court.
Mark lives in Abingdon, Virginia with his wife and family and enjoys playing tennis when he has the opportunity.