Jason began his legal career as a paralegal at the firm of Stratas & Weathers, L.L.P. prior to law school. After receiving his law degree, he began practicing in the areas of personal injury, worker’s compensation, general civil litigation and District Court criminal. He briefly led the Tuttle Law Firm, P.L.L.C. before joining Everett Gaskins Hancock L.L.P. in 2011 as Of Counsel. He became a partner in 2014.
Jason is a native of Davie County, North Carolina and attended North Carolina State University where he majored in Psychology with a pre-law emphasis. Jason attended law school at North Carolina Central University. At Central, he was a member of the Law Journal and graduated with honors in 2000.
Jason is married to the former Heather Wilson of Fayetteville, and they have three sons. He is a member of Hayes Barton Baptist Church where he previously served as a Deacon, on various church boards, and teaches fourth grade Sunday School. He enjoys spending time with his family, attending N.C. State sporting events, playing basketball and tennis, watching movies and reading.
- AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell
- 2016 Corporate America News – Most Reputed Personal Injury Lawyer – Raleigh, NC
- North Carolina Super Lawyers, 2018-2021
- Pro Bono Practice recognized by the North Carolina Bar Association as the 2016 small/medium firm of the year
- Jason participated in the inaugural Campbell Law School Connections Mentorship Program as a Mentor serving for two years.
- Previous Volunteer with Healing Hands of Wake County
- Previous Volunteer with Capital Area Teen Court serving as a Teen Court Judge
- WCBA Athletics Committee Chair
- Commissioner of the WCBA Charles Brandon Hunt Basketball League
- Guest lecturer on the subject of Trial Practice at North Carolina State University
- Pro Bono Practice with Legal Aid of North Carolina, Lawyer on the Line
- Volunteer for Wake County Meals on Wheels
Past Results Include:
- $1,600,000 settlement for motorcyclist injured in collision caused by a distracted driver resulting in below the knee amputation of the left leg (2022)
- $425,000 settlement for young woman who fell on defective exit ramp outside of a popular NC bar, suffering a fractured foot that led to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (“CRPS”) (2022)
- $251,500 settlement of worker’s compensation claim for woman injured after slip and fall at work resulting in low back surgery and CRPS (2022)
- $710,000 global settlement for a high school student, who suffered permanent partial vision loss as a result of an incident in gym class (2021)
- $250,000 settlement for a minor child and and mother, after her child was injured in a drive-by shooting of a home daycare where the child was a participant (2019)
- $1,066,666 policy limits settlement for estates of husband and wife killed in a rollover automobile accident (2016)
- $240,000 in settlements of personal injury and worker’s compensation claims for slip and fall at work resulting in left shoulder rotator cuff tear surgery with CRPS (2016)
- $350,000 arbitration award for teenager injured by a distracted driver resulting in a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic headache syndrome (2015)
- $155,000 settlement for a woman injured by a City of Raleigh garbage truck resulting in a left ulnar fracture requiring surgery (2012)
DISCLAIMER: The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or a law firm’s past results. Past results should not be construed as a representation that we will be successful with any particular case in the future, and not every case in which we have been involved has resulted in a favorable outcome. Settlements are the result of private negotiations between parties involved that may be affected by factors other than the legal merits of a particular case.