Martin L. Stark

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Martin Linder Stark is a partner of Parsons, Ouverson, Stark, Guest and Sandefur, P.A. where he practices in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death, Social Security disability, workers compensation, real estate and real estate litigation. A member of the South Carolina Bar, Mr. Stark is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina. Mr. Stark has extensive experience in civil issues and has been actively litigating cases since 1995.

A member of the American Bar Association and the Horry County Bar Association, Mr. Stark graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wofford College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Business Economics. In 1995, he earned a Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law.

Areas of Practice

Personal Injury
Wrongful Death
Real Estate
Construction Law
Workers’ Compensation
Social Security Disability

Bar Admissions

South Carolina, 1995
U.S. District Court District of South Carolina, 1996


University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, South Carolina J.D. – 1995
Law Journal: Editorial Staff, South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, 1994 – 1995
Wofford College, Spartanburg, South CarolinaB.A. magna cum laude – 1992
Major: History and Business Economics
Honors: Dean’s List

Professional Associations and Memberships

Horry County Bar Association, Member
South Carolina Bar Association, Member
Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Member
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Member

Million Dollar Advocates Forum      Multi Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Pro Bono Activities

Belin Memorial United Methodist Church – Safe Sanctuaries Committee
Volunteer Youth Soccer Coach
South Strand Optimist Club, Charter Member
South Strand Optimist Club, Past President
American Bar Association, Member

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