Attorney Mark Roman is a certified civil trial lawyer practicing in Pinellas County and Pasco County, Florida. He founded Roman & Gaynor in 1996 out of a passion to help accident victims rebuild their lives.
Mark Roman Is a Tampa Bay Native
He is a Tampa Bay native, and is passionate about representing the injured in his hometown. He received his undergraduate education from University of Florida College of Journalism in 1981, and after working as a writer for a season, he decided to return to school to pursue his Juris Doctor, which he obtained from Florida State University College of Law in 1986.
Mark Roman Is a Hard Worker
Mark has an incredible work ethic. He was born to immigrant parents and worked many blue-collar jobs to pay his way through school.
Mark Roman Is a Father
As a father of young children, Mark takes a personal interest in representing injured children and their families. He gladly takes on these types of cases, and handles them as if they were his own children.
Mark Roman Is a Board Certified Civil Trial Law Specialist
Attorney Mark Roman is one of the few attorneys who has passed the rigorous examination to become Board Certified as an expert in Civil Trial Law. This designation is something that less than 2% of Florida attorneys possess.
Mark Roman Is Recognized for Excellence
Mark has also been rated and recognized time and again for his exceptional representation in the field of personal injury. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, has been listed as one of Tampa Bay's "Top Lawyers", has received a 10/10 "Superb" rating on Avvo, and is rated AV Preeminent™ on Martindale-Hubbell®. He has previously served on the Florida Bar Grievance Committee for Pinellas County and was recently the Chairman of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee in Pasco County.
Mark Cares About His Community
Mark's care for the residents of Pinellas and Pasco County extends far beyond the legal realm. Mark is actively involved in his community, and in the past, has served as the President of the Greater Dunedin Chamber of Commerce (1992-1993). Mark is also involved with:
- Men of Espiritu Santo
- Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital Foundation (Donor)
- Morton Plant Mease Foundation (Donor)
- Homeless Emergency Project (Donor)
- Leadership Pinellas Program (Graduate)
- Pro Bono Attorney, Ad Litem for abused & neglected children
When not working or volunteering, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife, two sons, and two daughters, as well as hunting and fishing.