Jason was born and raised in the Oklahoma City metro and has a strong bond with the local community.  He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and holds his bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Jason has successfully managed a wide variety of cases including personal injury car wrecks, wrongful death claims, slip and falls, bad faith insurance litigation, contractual business disputes, criminal defense cases, probate of estates, credit card debt defense, divorce and many others.  And while he focuses his practice in personal injury and bad faith insurance litigation, he will use this wide variety of experience in representing you and your case.

Prior to forming his own law firm Jason was an Assistant District Attorney for Oklahoma County, where he was responsible for handling a wide variety of criminal cases - drug possession, sex crimes, weapons and shooting crimes, burglary, DUI, and other alcohol cases. He also worked on juvenile and Youthful Offender criminal prosecutions, in addition to cases involving parental rights and the Department of Human Services. This wealth of variety in the legal arena has given Jason an in-depth knowledge of what it takes to handle difficult cases. 

Jason is not afraid to take cases to trial to fight for his clients. In a recent rear end car collision case, Jason received a jury verdict that was 5.8 times higher than what the insurance company was willing to pay for his client’s injuries. Jason’s refusal to settle before trial and fight for his client resulted in a 581% increase in his client’s recovery.  Jason also recently had a unique opportunity to argue an insurance case before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado.  

Court Admissions
All Oklahoma District Courts
Oklahoma Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

 

Decisions
 Hayes Family Trust v.. State Farm Fire & Cas. Co. (In re Appointment of Umpire for Hayes Family Tr.), 845 F.3d 997 (10th Cir., 2017)