Marc Hood is an attorney with Swift Currie who handles matters related to insurance coverage and liability defense. He works primarily with insurance companies and high-profile restaurants in the Atlanta area.
Marc focuses his practice on diverse and complex liability issues such as premises liability, trucking and transportation, toxic torts and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation claims. He also has experience with matters related to negligent security and fire loss. In addition, Marc is a trusted and knowledgeable advisor who is comfortable dealing with challenging property and liability coverage questions, such as the distinct issues that arose along Georgia’s coast in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Before pursuing a legal career Marc spent years working as an educator. This experience helped him hone his litigation and communication skills, as it gave him the ability to tailor his messages to different audiences and personalities.
As a result of his unique experience, Marc has been able to protect and defend business owners from various lawsuits and legal claims by handling coverage and liability matters exceeding $1 million, as well as complex coverage matters involving multiple lawsuits.
Marc prides himself on being an empathetic advocate who truly understands his clients’ concerns and treats them with the respect and attentiveness they deserve. In addition to providing advice on their cases, he also gives them guidance to help them run their business efficiently.
Marc has represented clients in matters related to coverage and liability claims exceeding $1 million. He has also advised clients on multimillion dollar cases related to wrongful death, such as a significant dram shop case involving the death of a teenager.
- American Bar Association
- Atlanta Bar Association
- DRI, Member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and Diversity for Success Seminar and Corporate Expo Steering Committee
- Gate City Bar Association
- State Bar of Georgia
Georgia State University College of Law (J.D., 2012)
Georgia State University (B.S., 2000)