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Mark Brynteson joins Crosby Law Firm
The Crosby Law Firm has announced the addition of attorney Mark Brynteson. Brynteson is a successful personal injury/transactional lawyer and businessman. He earned his bachelor’s of science degree in biochemistry in 1980 and juris doctorate in 1989, and has been actively practicing the past 25 years.
While practicing in Virginia, Brynteson distinguished himself as one of the outstanding trial lawyers in the Tidewater area. During his first year of practice, he was a key member on a litigation team that won a $5 million wrongful death verdict in the Chesapeake Circuit Court. Since then, he has continued to achieve successful results for his clients, now in excess of $30 million. His primary areas of litigation practice are medical negligence, wrongful death and personal injury.
Brynteson also represents not-for-profit (NFP) organizations. He was the chief operating officer and acting chief financial officer of two large multi-million-dollar NFPs for eight years. One of these entities operated two radio stations, six HUD 202 retirement centers, and a K-12 school. The other aired weekly TV and radio shows on multiple media outlets. He also implemented risk management programs that promoted a safe environment for customers and reduced annual insurance premiums by $25,000.
He works extensively with buyers and sellers of residential property. He knows that real estate transactions involve both substantial investment and risk, and that the details of a residential real estate transaction can be complex and confusing.
In addition, Brynteson also provides estate planning services to the public. He believes in education-based planning, with the goal to educate people in their planning options and assist them in making informed quality decisions.
For a free consultation with the Crosby Law Firm, call (815) 397-2006 or go to thecrosbylawfirm.com.
From the April 2-8, 2014 issue