Mark C. Tanenbaum

Mark C. Tanenbaum


Mark C. Tanenbaum, P.A.

Recognized since 1993

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Practice Areas

Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs

Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2012 - Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2011 - Personal Injury Litigation
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Dedicated to the representation of injured victims and their families since 1973. Devoted exclusively to Plaintiff's representation. Auto Torts, Products liability, Medical Negligence, Bad Faith Insurance claims, and all other areas of civil trial law both in South Carolina and elsewhere.

Location

  • 1156 Bowman Road, Suite 245
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Bar Admissions

  • South Carolina, South Carolina Bar

Affiliations

  • AAJ - Leaders' Forum, Sustaining Member
  • ABOTA - Past Member, Past Chair Charleston County
  • American Association for Justice and Leader's Forum - Sustaining Member
  • American Bar Association - Member
  • American College of Trial Lawyers - Fellow, SC State Chair 2011-2013
  • Attorneys Information Exchange Group - Past Member
  • Charleston chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates - Past President
  • Charleston County Bar Assocation - Chariman, Common Please Liaison Committee 1989-1991
  • Charleston County Bar Assocation - President 2003
  • Charleston County Bar Association - Executive Committee 1988-1989
  • Charleston County Bar Association - Past President
  • Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers - State Chairman 2011-2013
  • SCAJ - Past Member Executive Committee
  • South Carolina Association for Justice - Board of Governors 1989-1995
  • South Carolina Association for Justice - Chairman, Ethics & Civility Committee 1995-1995
  • South Carolina Association for Justice - Executive Committee 1990-1991
  • South Carolina Bar Association - House of Delegates 1990-1992

Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2012 - Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2011 - Personal Injury Litigation

Named "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers® for:

  • Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs, Charleston-SC (2012)
  • Personal Injury Litigation, Charleston-SC (2011)

Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in:

  • Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs

Special Focus

  • Automobile Collision
  • Brain Injury
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Liability Litigation
  • Mass Tort
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Homes
  • Premises Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Wrongful Death

Awards:

  • Listed in The Best Lawyers of America (1995 to present)
  • Listed as one of the Top 3 SuperLawyers in South Carolina from 2008 to the present
  • Fellow American College of Trial Lawyers from 2006 to Present

McMahon v. Exxon & SCDOT

Representation of family members tragically inured as a result of negligent design of a gas station driveway at a busy intersection. Eighty four witnesses, sixteen expert witnesses. Resulted in the largest PI settlement in SC at the time.

In Re Household Goods Moving and Storage Antitrust Class Action

One of the lead counsel for Plaintiffs resulting in a $44.6 million settlement on behalf of consumers who had been wrongly charged a highly inflated fuel surcharge.

Brown v. SCDOT & Banks Construction

Action resulting in a record settlement on behalf of 300+ persons injured as a result of improper grading of an interstate highway in a resurfacing project. As a result, the SCDOT changed requirements for work to now require post work confirmation by survey of the work performed.

Runkle v. Genesis Worldwide II

Action against the successor corporation which bought a business in a bankruptcy sale, and wherein the successor corporation claimed it was protected by a Bar Order issued by the bankruptcy Court. This action was originally filed in USDC in Sc, then in the Bankruptcy Court in Ohio, then the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, then back to USDC, then the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, all resulting in each court affirming the plaintiff's right to proceed. Eventually resulted in a very substantial settlement.

Doe v. Gentiva

Action on behalf of a now deceased hospice patient after she was sexually assaulted by an intruder. Resulted not only in a substantial settlement, but a change in the large corporate defendant's security policy for the benefit of the patients.

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