Attorney - Mark D.  Maholick


Mark D. Maholick
HBS Columbus Office

P: 706-494-3818
F: 706-494-3828
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Mark Maholick is a partner in the firm’s Columbus office where he concentrates his practice in the areas of Transportation (private and commercial vehicle), Insurance Coverage,  General Liability, Workers’ Compensation, Property / SIU, Retail Liability, Long Term Care and Senior Housing Industry, and Medical Malpractice/Professional Negligence.
Mark has tried numerous cases involving automobile liability (private and commercial), general liability and premises liability.  Mark is regularly involved in litigating all aspect of insurance coverage matters, healthcare regulatory issues, medical malpractice cases, and special investigative unit insurance issues.  He has handled cases for both the uninsured and for 20-30 different insurance companies.  He is regarded by his peers and the members of his firm as an expert in issues involving UM (uninsured / underinsured) coverage under Georgia’s complex statutory and caselaw based framework.  Mark fields questions from both insurers, individuals and other attorneys throughout the state on a weekly basis regarding automobile insurance coverage questions and issues.
Mark attended Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University and graduated, cum laude. He was awarded with the Drew W. Paulk Honorary Scholarship and the Guerry R. Moore Insurance Law Award. He is a member of American Bar Association and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife, Mandy, are lifetime residents of Columbus.

Practice Areas

Insurance Coverage

Mr. Maholick has represented numerous insurance companies and their insureds in both first party and third party suits. Mr. Maholick has vast experience in all aspects of insurance defense from the filing of the case through trial.


Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law, J.D., 2007
Columbus State University, B.S., 2004


Middle District of Georgia
Georgia State Courts


American Bar Association
Columbus Chamber of Commerce