Mark Servais, a native of Southeast Michigan, is a devoted attorney specializing in no-fault personal injury law. Mark’s unwavering commitment to advocating for the rights of individuals defines his legal practice. His expertise lies in representing clients in personal injury cases, with a particular emphasis on navigating the intricacies of Michigan’s no-fault system.
EDUCATION + COURT ADMISSION
Mark graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Eastern Michigan University in August 2017. During his undergraduate years, he actively participated in Model United Nations as a Representative of Nicaragua. Mark also enriched his academic experience through the Washington, D.C. Travel Course, focusing on “Rhetoric and Reality.”
Subsequently, Mark earned his Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School, where he showcased excellence as a legal scholar. His academic journey was complemented by practical experience, including a pivotal role as a law clerk at a criminal defense firm. Mark further expanded his legal expertise as a student attorney in the Wayne State Law School Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic, providing free legal services to Michigan residents seeking immigration relief.
Mark’s dedication to continuous professional growth is underscored by his passing of the July 2023 Uniform Bar Exam in Michigan, leading to his licensure as an attorney in the State of Michigan.
LEADERSHIP, COMMUNITY + PROFESSIONAL CAREERS
Championing individual liberties, Mark Servais relentlessly pursues justice for his clients. His legal representation extends beyond individuals to encompass physicians, surgical centers, and medical practices. Mark provides counsel on no-fault issues across the State of Michigan.
Outside the courtroom, Mark’s diverse interests include golf, traveling, Portuguese, chess, hockey, food, and fitness. His multifaceted pursuits reflect the depth of his character and contribute to his well-rounded approach to both professional and personal endeavors.