Mark D. Boyer was born and raised in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. He was the valedictorian of the 1991 graduating class at Breaux Bridge High School. In 1996, Mark graduated with honors from Louisiana Tech with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and was then accepted to the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana. While in law school, Mark was an editorial staff member of the Intellectual Property and High Technology Law Journal, was a member of the Maritime Law Society, was honored as a member of the Phi Delta Phi Honorary Law Fraternity, and was an officer in the Loyola School of Law Federalist Society. He graduated with honors from Loyola University in 1999.
After law school, Mark went to work in the General Counsel’s office of Louisiana’s largest workers’ compensation insurer. His practice is concentrated in the areas of general casualty litigation, workers’ compensation litigation, personal injury, commercial transactions, successions, estate planning, and education law. Mark has successfully litigated cases in both state and federal courts in Louisiana and has an impressive record as a trial attorney. He represents various insurers, self-insured entities, public bodies, companies, and individuals throughout the state. Additionally, he has litigated cases in every district of Louisiana’s Office of Workers’ Compensation.
Mark currently resides in Denham Springs, Louisiana with his wife and two children. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Baton Rouge Bar Association, and the 21st JDC Bar Association.