Mark Bringardner
Attorney | South Carolina Injury Lawyer

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Meet Mark Bringardner

I’m a trial lawyer at the Joye Law Firm who handles complex catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases against insurance companies, corporations, and governmental entities. I represent people who have been injured, as well as the families of people who have died due to others’ negligence. I’ve been the voice of injured pedestrians and those hurt or wrongly killed in collisions involving motor vehicles, motorcycles, trucks and commercial vehicles.

In addition, I’ve helped people involved in construction accidents, incidents where there was negligent security or premises liability, actions related to dram shop laws in which a person or a business continued to serve alcohol to someone obviously intoxicated, and insurance bad faith. I have extensive experience in cases involving spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries.

Before joining the Joye Law Firm in 2016, I worked for a prominent personal injury law firm in Los Angeles, California.

What Our Clients Say About Mark...

"My experience with Mark Bringardner was AMAZING! He was extremely effective and hardworking."

— John, Actual Client

What inspired you to become an attorney?

I come from a family of teachers and coaches, and I pride myself on standing up for people. I also love to learn and to share the knowledge I have. I’ve written several articles on the practice of law, and I’m a frequent guest lecturer at legal seminars.

Awards & Honors

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Tell us about your practice

I treat my clients with respect and compassion. When a person comes to us for help, he or she is often in very difficult circumstances and needs understanding and personal attention. I seek to provide legal guidance based on experience. I keep them updated every step of the way.

I’m comfortable representing clients in both state and federal courts. I concentrate on taking on insurance companies that try to avoid responsibility for the harm that someone has experienced. Insurance companies are almost always the decision-makers in handling injury and wrongful death claims.

If an insurance company tries to treat a client unfairly with a “last and final” offer that is significantly less than full value, I’m not intimidated. I’m confident of my litigation skills and will be ready to take the case to trial. Every case stands on its own. But I’ve had repeated success on behalf of my clients, obtaining sizable jury verdicts and settlements.

What is the most satisfying aspect of being a personal injury lawyer?

I’d have to say it’s seeing my clients rewarded for my persistence. Since passing the bar in 2012, I’ve recovered more than $70 million for my clients, including what is thought to be the largest-ever jury verdict in Dorchester County history in 2018 and another in Charleston County in 2019.

Mark’s Background and Honors

Mark played a year of college football at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, before transferring to the College of Charleston. He graduated from the College of Charleston with a bachelor’s degree in political science and government. He obtained his law degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

Mark has been honored by the ratings service Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. He also has been listed in the National Trial Lawyers’ Top 100 and “Top 40 under 40” lawyers in South Carolina in 2019 and 2020.

He is a member of the Charleston County Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. He also is a member of the South Carolina Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice, two organizations that promote a fair and effective justice system.

He serves on the board of directors for the Cougar Club, a nonprofit organization that provides financial support for the athletics program at the College of Charleston.

When he is not in court, he enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his wife, Roxy and yellow lab, Scooby. He enjoys fishing and following sports.

  • Member, American Association for Justice, 2012 – Present
  • Member, South Carolina Bar Association, 2016 – Present
  • Member, South Carolina Association for Justice, 2016 – Present
  • Member, Charleston County Bar Association, 2016 – Present
  • Member, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, 2012 – Present
  • Member, Consumer Attorneys of California, 2012 –Present
  • Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 2012 – Present
  • Member, National Trial Lawyers Top 100
  • Featured in U.S. News & World Report: 2014 "The Legal Issue"
  • Graduate, CAALA Plaintiff Trial Academy
  • Listed in Rising Star Super Lawyer, 2017 – Present
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers, National Trial Lawyers Association, 2018 – Present
  • Graduate, CAALA Plaintiff Trial Academy
  • Featured in U.S. News & World Report “The Legal Issue,” 2014
  • Featured in The Justice Bulletin, Trial Tips to Prevent The Defense From “Pitting” Your Witness And “Backdooring” Hearsay Through Cross-Examination,” 2019
  • College of Charleston, B.A.
  • Pepperdine University School of Law, J.D.
  • $1.93 Million Trial Verdict for driver injured by unlicensed driver
  • $2.2 million for a driver injured in a rear-end collision
  • $17 million to the surviving family members of a fatal crash
  • $1.35 million for a driver injured in a T-bone collision by a United States Postal Service Employee


$1.93 Million Trial Verdict for driver injured by unlicensed driver

A Charleston County jury has awarded a $1.93 million verdict in favor of a driver who suffered neck injuries after being hit by a dump truck whose driver did not have a license. Mark Bringardner of the Joye Law Firm… read more

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OSHA Issues Guidance to Help Construction Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

As businesses re-open after closures during the coronavirus pandemic, there is more risk for workers to be exposed to the COVID-19 coronavirus, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) advises in a recent update. That makes it more… read more

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