Mark Nation heads our national Insurance Recovery Group practice area. The Insurance Recovery Group represents individuals as well as small and large businesses in disputes with their own insurance companies.
In his book "Claim Denied," Mark describes his passion for helping policyholders like this:
I live and breathe insurance claims, and I truly love what I do. Since the beginning of my legal career, I’ve evaluated and litigated thousands of insurance claims on behalf of policy holders in state and federal courts. Day after day, month after month, and year after year, I’ve met with policy holders, explained their coverages to them in simple terms, and represented them in court in cases against their insurance companies. Whether it is automobile, health, life, homeowners, condo, business owners, or disability claims, I’ve had the honor and privilege of standing with men and women who dared to stand up and fight their insurance companies.
Grinding through all those cases, one sad fact stands out to me. Across the socio-economic spectrum, people have only a vague notion at best of how insurance works, what insurance they have, what insurance they need, and what to do if an insurance company denies or delays a claim.
There is probably nothing we pay more money for and understand less than insurance. With something so common, and so necessary to our modern lives as insurance, we need a handy reference to help us understand it. That is my hope with this Consumer Guide.
In my experience, most people don’t consider what insurance they need or have until after there is a claim. I understand why this is. People think insurance is complicated, and they are right. But, there are some simple concepts you need to know before purchasing insurance.
To learn more about me and how we can help with your insurance claim click HERE to download a free copy of my book Claim Denied.
Mark is Board Certified by in Civil Trial law and Business Litigation.
Mark is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Law, where he was an Editor of the Florida Law Review. He graduated with Honors, and was inducted into the Order of the Coif, a national organization which recognizes excellence in legal studies.