Mark B. Levin

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Mark B.  Levin
  • Biography


    Mark B. Levin was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida. After High School, he attended Florida State University. He graduated from Florida State in 1981 with a B.S. in Criminology, and a minor in Sociology.

    After graduation, Mark worked as a private investigator, first on Miami Beach, then here in Houston. In 1985, He started his legal training at South Texas College of Law, graduating in 1987. While in law school, Mr. Levin Interned for the Harris County District Attorney's Office, handling Asset Forfeitures. Upon receiving his law license in 1988, he worked as an Associate first for the Law office of Odom, Schmerin and Thomason, handling Plaintiffs's personal injury cases, criminal defense and traffic ticket defense. In 1990 he became an associate and then a partner in the Law Offices of Gary S. Tucker, where he handled only litigation of Plaintiff's Personal Injury cases until 1995, when he formed the partnership of Odom and Levin.

    Becoming Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 1995, Mr. Levin was responsible for litigating and/or trying hundreds of cases in the 17 year partnership with Odom.

    Mr. Levin has 25 years experience litigating personal injury cases all over the State of Texas, including motor vehicle and tractor trailer collisions, premises liability cases, medical malpractice, professional malpractice, products liability, and general civil litigation. Mr. Levin is passionate about protecting his clients rights, and forcing insurance companies to fairly compensate injured citizens of Texas. Mark is also a Certified mediator, mediating all types of civil disputes, and a member of the State Bar College, for attorneys who complete more than the requires amount of continuing legal education.. He has also served as an Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of Jacinto City, Texas. When his is not representing our clients, he spends time with his wife and son, watching his son's basketball games.