Mark Ahrens is an experienced litigator at Todd Miner Law. A New York native,
Mark was raised in Central Florida and has lived in the Orlando area for
over 30 years. Mark is a graduate of the University of Central Florida
where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies with a
Specialization in Litigation. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from
Florida A&M University. Mark’s experience as a healthcare provider
afforded a smooth transition into the legal profession where he specialized
in healthcare law. Specifically, Mark represented physicians and hospitals
defending medical malpractice cases; and nursing homes defending nursing
home abuse cases. Mark joined Todd Miner Law so that he could turn his
practice towards representing individuals who have suffered injuries and
families who are grieving the wrongful death of a loved one. His practice
includes claims arising from motor vehicle collisions, premises liability
and medical malpractice.
Mark has an extensive medical background having graduated from the inaugural
class of Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences and worked as an
E.R. and Critical Care nurse. His years of defending intricate medical
malpractice claims along with his experience in providing care to patients
in the hospital setting provides him with insight into the medicine and
injuries individuals suffer as a result of negligence. Mark’s exceptional
experience includes giving presentations on legal issues to Registered
Nurses and practitioners. He co-authored a chapter in the Florida Medical
Malpractice Handbook and an article published in the Trial Advocate Quarterly
on the subject of shoulder dystocia and brachial plexus injuries.
Mark’s years of providing patient care and defending the interests
of insurance companies affords him valuable insight into how these complex
systems work- and, how to best counsel his clients to skillfully navigate
through these systems. Mark’s insight along with a passionate resolve
makes him a fierce advocate.
Outside of the firm, Mark enjoys spending time with his family.