Tampa Bay Magazine has selected Mark Roman, a Clearwater personal injury
lawyer from Florida law firm Roman & Gaynor, as one of “Tampa
Bay’s Top Lawyers”. The July/August 2010 Issue of Tampa Bay
Magazine is available at newsstands now.
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Mark Roman has been practicing personal injury law in the Tampa Bay Area
for more than 25 years. As a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, he specializes
in helping clients who have sustained injury in car accidents and other
Mark is a lifelong resident of the Tampa Bay Area. He earned his law degree
from the Florida State University College of Law in 1986, where he graduated
with honors. Mark is licensed to practice in all State courts and the
Federal Court for the Middle District of Florida since 1986, and has been
certified as an expert in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar. Less than
2% of the Lawyers in Florida share this certification.
Mark Roman maintains membership in a variety of professional organizations
including the Florida Justice Association, the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers
Association, the Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar, and the Million
Dollar Advocates Forum. He has also served on the Florida Bar Grievance
Committee for Pinellas County and Pasco County.
Additionally, Mark enjoys being active in his community and has served
as President of the Greater Dunedin Chamber of Commerce from 1992 to 1993.
He has also volunteered as a pro bono ad litem attorney for neglected
and abused children.
Mark resides in Tarpon Springs with his wife, two sons, and two daughters.
In his spare time, Mark enjoys hunting and fishing.