After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, Jason attended Chicago-Kent College of Law. There, he received CALI Awards in both Trial advocacy I and II before accepting an invitation on Chicago-Kents National ATLA Trial Team.
In 1999, Jason joined a prominent boutique medical malpractice and personal injury law firm in Chicago. Jason quickly distinguished himself for his ability to deliver exceptional results and uncommon service to his clients. In his second year in practice, Jason tried a medical malpractice case in which he, and his co-counsel, obtained a 16.3 million dollar record verdict in the Circuit Court of Cook County. In his third year of practice, Jason obtained national recognition when he became one of the youngest lawyers ever chosen in Whos Who In American Law.
Over his career, Jason has been entrusted with prosecuting various high-profile cases. In the Wrigleyville Fire Case, Jason successfully represented the family of a young man who died in a fire set by a homeless women in the lobby of a Chicago apartment. In the Riveredge Hospital Rape Case, Jason successfully represented a mentally disabled patient who was sexually assaulted by another patient with a history of sexually acting out. In the CPS Peanut Allergy Case, Jason successfully represented the family of a young girl with a peanut allergy who died after being served at school Chinese food containing peanut butter.
Having developed excellent relations with physicians throughout the country, Jason has achieved great success prosecuting a variety of medical malpractice cases, including: birth injury, misdiagnosis, surgical error, anesthesia error, medication error, and other medical mistakes. Along the way, Jason opposed many of the best defense lawyers in the City of Chicago.
When not practicing law, Jason enjoys spending time with his family and participating in amateur auto racing events.
- Illinois State Bar Association
- CALI Awards in both Trial advocacy I and II
- Chicago-Kents National ATLA Trial Team
- Whos Who In American Law
- University of Texas
- Chicago-Kent College of Law