Mark J. Rose is a partner in the Deerfield Beach office of Roig Lawyers.

He concentrates his practice in Personal Injury Protection (PIP), fraud (SIU) investigations and No-Fault litigation, business litigation, and the defense of homeowner’s insurance claims. He also counsels employers on proactive strategies to avoid litigation disputes, including providing guidance regarding personnel issues and policies, as well as compliance with local, state, and federal statutes and regulations.

Mark frequently speaks and writes on trends in the legal industry. Mark co-presented at the Florida Defense Lawyers Association (FDLA) annual conference on the topic of Social Media Discovery. He served as a keynote speaker at the 2013 America’s Claims Event in Austin, Texas on the topic of Six Sigma and claims management. His article, “Six Sigma, Meet Claims: A Primer on the Methodology and Its Promise” was published by Claims Magazine in January 2013. An earlier article, titled “Florida’s No-Fault Law and the 2012 Statutory Amendments,” was published in the Trial Advocate Quarterly, (Vol. 31 No. 3, Summer 2012).

Mark is on the FDLA Board of Directors and the Board Liaison for the Auto/Transportation Committee.  Mark was the Co-Chair of the FDLA’s Young Lawyer’s Committee and was FDLA’s 2014 James A. Dixon Young Lawyer Award recipient.  He serves as an adjunct professor of business law at Palm Beach State College, where he teaches “The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business.” Mark is approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services to teach continuing education to claims adjusters and also approved by the Florida Bar to teach continuing legal education.

Prior to joining the firm, Mark practiced civil litigation and personal injury law at a Boca Raton boutique law firm. He is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale Hubbell and recognized by Avvo with a 10 out of 10 rating.

While in law school Mark served as a federal litigation intern at the U.S. Department of Justice and earned a certificate in Leadership Development. He also served on the American Bar Association’s award-winning Student Leadership Development Committee, as well as the Barney Masterson American Inn of Court.

Awards & Rankings

  • Florida Super Lawyers: Rising Stars (2015-Present)
  • AV® Preeminent™ Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
  • AVVO 10 out of 10 rating
  • 2014 FDLA James A. Dixon Young Lawyer Award
  • Joseph C. Mason, Jr. Scholarship Recipient
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  • The Florida Bar, Member
  • Stetson Lawyers’ Association, Member
  • University of Pittsburgh Alumni Association, Member
  • FDLA, Board of Directors
  • FDLA, Board Liaison,
  • Auto/Transportation Committee
  • Palm Beach State College, Adjunct Professor of business law
  • Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, Member
  • Broward County Bar Association, Member
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, Member
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Speaking Engagements

  • Presenter, “5-Hour Law & Ethics Update- 5-620,” 20th Annual Florida Liability Claims Conference (FLCC), June 2016.
  • Co-presenter, Basic Technology Law 2016 CLE Program, “Legal Ethics in a Connected World:Portable Devices, Social Media, and the Cloud,” May 2016.
  • Co-Presenter, “Subtleties and Technicalities of IME Reports,” ROIG Lawyers Monthly Lunch & Learn, April 2016.
  • Presenter, “Examinations Under Oath and the Law,” March 2016.
  • Co-Presenter, “IMEs: Notice, Application & Strategy in the Defense of a PIP (No-Fault) Case,” ROIG Lawyers Monthly Lunch & Learn, May 2015.
  • Co-Presenter, “Issues of Exhaustion in PIP Claims,” ROIG Lawyers Monthly Lunch & Learn, January 2015.
  • Co-Presenter, “Social Media Discovery and Admissibility,” Florida Defense Lawyers Association Annual Meeting, August 2014
  • Keynote Speaker, “Six Sigma and Claims Management,”  2013 America’s Claims Event, Austin, TX
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  • “Six Sigma, Meet Claims: A Primer on the Methodology and Its Promise Six Sigma, Meet Claims: A Primer on the Methodology and Its Promise

Property Casualty 360 · Jan 8, 2013

We don’t often associate claims management and claims handling with hard manufacturing processes like steel production and electronics manufacturing. But maybe we should. Quality control isn’t just about producing a better widget. Rather, it’s about producing a more satisfied customer or a more efficient business with the end result of improving the bottom line.

  • Florida’s No-Fault Law and the 2012 Statutory Amendments Trial Advocate Quarterly · Oct 1, 2012Trial Advocate Quarterly · Oct 1, 2012

The system of no-fault automobile insurance was intended to ensure swift payment of valid claims while avoiding lawsuits. These goals have proved elusive. The article summarizes the most recent changes to the No-Fault statute and describes how these changes were designed to combat excessive fraud and litigation.

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Admitted to Practice

  • Florida, 2008
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida 2009
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator (2008-2014)
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