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Mark S. Beveridge

Mark Beveridge

Dedicated Injury Lawyer in Nashville

In 1980, Mark Beveridge began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney General in the Davidson County District Attorney’s office. He rose to the position of team leader and chief prosecutor in one of Nashville’s criminal courts where he had primary responsibility for all felony prosecutions. His ten years in the District Attorney’s office gave him invaluable courtroom and jury trial experience. In 1991, Mark decided to enter private practice, joining a prominent local firm. During his time there, he gained extensive civil litigation experience handling cases ranging from medical malpractice to workers’ compensation and personal injury claims.

In 1996, Mark joined Randy Kinnard and Daniel Clayton and the firm of Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge was formed. For more than 20 years, Mark has focused primarily handling cases involving medical negligence and personal injury law. He has achieved great success in and out of the courtroom in behalf of his clients.

Mark S. Beveridge, Sr. Partner at the law firm of Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, has been selected to the 2016 Mid-South Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers recognize attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice.

Honors & Awards

  • AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®

  • Best Lawyers in America since 2011

  • Mid-South Super Lawyers® from 2006-2016

  • 2016 Nashville “Lawyer of the Year” for Medical Malpractice Law

  • 2017 Nashville "Lawyer of the Year" for Personal Injury Litigation

Giving Back to the Local Community

In December, 2015, Mark was appointed Judge of the Belle Meade City Court, where he serves two mornings per month. He previously served as Vice Chairman of the Municipal Planning Commission for the City of Belle Meade. . He was appointed by Mayor Karl Dean to the Metro Nashville Domestic Violence Safety Assessment Task Force. He is a past President of the Exchange Club of Nashville and of Exchange Club Charities, Inc. and a former Chairman of the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. Mark is an active member of Westminster Presbyterian Church where he has been an elder, youth mentor, and youth Sunday school teacher. He participates in Room in the Inn, Habitat for Humanity builds, and a Friday morning men’s Bible study group.

When not advocating for injury victims, Mark can be found playing tennis, enjoying a game of golf, relaxing with some gardening, reading history, or taking a bike ride or a walk in the park or on the Nashville Greenway.

Bar Admissions

  • Tennessee, 1980
  • U.S. District Court Middle District of Tennessee, 1992

Education

University of Richmond, The T.C. Williams School of Law, Richmond, Virginia

  • J.D. - 1980

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

  • B.A. - 1977

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Nashville Bar Association, Board of Directors
  • Tennessee Bar Association, Member
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Governors, Circle of Advocates
  • Nashville Bar Foundation, Fellow
  • Tennessee Bar Foundation, Fellow

Why Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge?

  • Trusted Experience

    Our team of seasoned attorneys includes certified civil trial and medical malpractice specialists who have tried hundreds of cases.

  • Proven Success

    We have recovered millions in record-setting verdicts for our clients varying from medical malpractice to catastrophic auto accidents.

  • Dedication to Our Clients

    We put personal attention on all of our cases and fight for the best possible outcome. Our clients are more than a number or a case to us.

Verdicts & Settlements

Our dedication to our clients and our determination to seek justice have lead our firm to record-setting victories. Learn more about some of our most notable cases.

See Our Past Victories
  • $ 55 Million

    Erin Andrews awarded $55 million in nude video lawsuit against hotel, stalker

  • $ 22 Million

    'Bette Donathan was in an automobile accident. An error in her surgical preparation left her paralyzed from the waist down.

  • $ 15.2 Million

    Cory Wade, 17, suffered multiple injuries from a car wreck. Several different doctors attempted to remove and insert his trach tube, which eventually led to his severe disability.

Tell Us About Your Case

To schedule a detailed consultation with one of our Nashville personal injury lawyers about medical malpractice, a catastrophic accident, or wrongful death, contact our office today. Let us put our team of respected legal professionals, independent investigators, and medical experts to work on your case immediately.

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