Jason entered law school knowing he wanted to fight for the “little guy” against the big insurance companies. It was his passion to help those who have been injured to achieve justice and get their lives back on track, and since then nothing has changed. His studies focused on client and trial advocacy, as well as negotiations. After law school, Jason worked as a litigation attorney, using the courts as a means for justice for those that were being bullied by insurance companies with deep pockets.
While Jason’s professional focus is fighting for his client in the court room, he sets a personal goal to have an individualized relationship with every person he represents. He wants the people he represents to know he cares, and that their struggles to overcome injuries do matter.
When Jason is not advocating for his clients, he spends most of his time with his wife and son adventuring outdoors. You can find Jason on a trail backpacking in the backcountry, at a beach surfing, or snowboarding with his wife and son. He also loves to play tennis with his wife, but after six years of marriage, he’ll admit he still can’t beat her one-on-one.