Mark Sheridan is an associate in the Scranton office. Mark is a graduate of the George Mason University School of Law where he was a member of the Law Review and served as the chairman of the graduation committee. His undergraduate degree in History was earned at Randolph Macon College, in Ashland, Virginia, where he was also elected to serve as the president of the student government.
Mark joined our firm upon relocating with his family from North Carolina. While in North Carolina, Mark had his own law practice where he handled both civil and criminal matters, including litigation, contracts, traffic, real estate, zoning, and family law.
Since joining Margolis Edelstein, Mark has handled a wide variety of cases, both complex and straightforward, and has developed a very devout and loyal client base with the many insurance carriers he has worked with. Mark has tried approximately 30 cases to verdict in jury trials and is comfortable in any courtroom setting. He has also handled a significant number of appeals to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
Mark has handled many cases involving various types of claims against municipalities, including injury and civil rights claims and has handled an extensive number of wrongful death claims stemming from motor vehicle accidents and multi-contractor construction worksites. He has also handled a number of fatalities in cases involving bars and taverns and has been involved with numerous fire claims and significant property damage claims, including the collapse of an air supported recreational structure in the Williamsport area. He has also written coverage opinions upon request.
Mark has handled Truth in Lending, odometer alteration, driver privacy protection, fair credit reporting and equal credit opportunity matters.