Attorney Mark Nicholson Wins Big for His Client

Dec 26, 2020

Attorney Mark Nicholson

Indianapolis, IN (Law Firm Newswire) December 26, 2020 – After filing a civil lawsuit, Indianapolis-based attorney Mark Nicholson recently obtained a six-figure payout on behalf of his client.

Recently, attorney Mark Nicholson obtained a six-figure settlement in a personal injury lawsuit for his client. In no way is this judgment an anomaly. Over the past two months alone, Nicholson settled cases collectively worth over $200,000.

Despite his continued success, the well-seasoned attorney doesn’t feel that financial compensation can fully restore clients’ lives to normal. In a previous interview, he said, “I fight hard for my clients. However, no amount of money can replace the physical and mental injuries done to my clients.”

Nicholson said, “It brings me satisfaction to stand up to these big multibillion-dollar corporations and the government when they are responsible for harming someone.”

Nicholson single-handedly founded the Law Office of Mark Nicholson in 2011. He once said, “I opened my law firm to fight against a travesty of justice, and that’s what I do.”

With help from his legal assistant Alexandria Samons, Nicholson offers various legal services, including battling criminal charges, handling child support disputes, protecting civil rights, and filing personal injury lawsuits. Although he primarily seeks justice for car accident victims, the attorney also files personal injury suits for slip-and-fall incidents and dog bite injuries.

About Mark Nicholson

A former U.S. Army combat veteran, he was admitted to the Indiana State Bar in 2009. He is an adjunct professor for the Indiana University McKinney School of Law and a former supervisor and trainer of attorneys for the Marion County Public Defender Agency. Attorney Nicholson has been featured in Indianapolis Monthly, WTHR TV13 News, Indiana Lawyer, and ACLU Carrying the Torch.

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