Mark Thiry grew up in Santa Ana and Riverside and went to Orange High School. He obtained an AA Paralegal Degree from Santa Ana and Riverside College, an AA Liberal Arts Degree from Orange Coast College, and his BA in Art History from Cal State Fullerton (CSF).
In 2012, Mark began his legal career as a criminal law and bankruptcy paralegal. Six years ago, he started focusing on personal injury law and became passionate about the medical aspect of it.
Mark is very personable, detailed, and thorough. He prides himself on providing attentive and responsive legal services to his clients, giving them access to him whenever they have questions. He can relate to their situations and help them focus on getting better, while handling their claim.
Mark is a Board Member for the 1901 Project, a non-profit group providing community outreach through arts and music. He also works with local boxing clubs and youth sports in the community.