Experience and hard work have enabled the team of professionals at Mark & Associates, P.C. to earn the trust and respect of clients across the country and a track record of successful results. Each client has individual needs and objectives. Our purpose at Mark & Associates, P.C. is to achieve successful outcomes for clients through tenacious advocacy that specifically takes into account each client’s own needs and own objectives.
Our firm represents consumers and families from all walks of life. With a broad range of experience in complex litigation, and unwavering commitments to ethics and professionalism, we strive to provide client-focused legal services. “The growth rate of the legal profession has exceeded the growth rate of the population”, said Jason Mark, the founding partner at Mark & Associates, P.C. “That trend gives individuals and families more legal choices than ever before. Our mission at Mark & Associates is to provide personalized attention to address the unique needs of each and every client”, said Mark.
Jason Mark and the team of professionals at Mark & Associates, P.C. handle cases involving business fraud, pharmaceutical liability, serious personal injuries, product liability and toxic exposure. A former partner at Parker Waichman Alonso Mark, LLP, where he headed the firm’s mass tort department, Mr. Mark has been recognized nationally for his leadership in complex litigation.
With over 15 years of experience, including trial experience in states across the country, Mr. Mark has recovered many millions of dollars for his clients. In the words of Jason Mark, "our commitment is to enrich the lives of our clients by providing them with the highest quality legal representation. We accomplish that, first and foremost, by understanding each client’s unique situation and unique legal needs."
In February 2008, the Food and Drug Administration issued a public health warning to consumers about reports of deaths, breathing problems, and other adverse reactions caused by Botox. Some of the deaths and injuries involved unapproved uses of Botox in patients battling cerebral palsy patients and severe muscle spasms.
Botox is most commonly administered in elective, cosmetic procedures for patients hoping to improve their appearance by decreasing facial wrinkles and skin creases. Botox may be injected directly into the skin around the eyes, noses, and mouths of patients with laugh lines, Crow’s feet, and other facial imperfections they want to minimize.
While Botox is best known as a cosmetic wrinkle reducer, it is also is frequently used by doctors to treat symptoms of cerebral palsy, muscle spasms, excessive sweating and other conditions. These “off-label uses” of the product have not been approved by the FDA and represent a large portion of the Botox-related injuries and deaths reported each year.
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