Jason approaches his practice with expertise in Workers’ Compensation law, as well as a valuable educational background in biology and physiology and practical experience as a claims adjuster. Jason attended the University of California at Davis for his undergraduate degree where he obtained a Bachelors of Science in Biology with emphases in Neurobiology and Physiology. Jason received his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law with the high distinction of being a Traynor Honor Society member. Jason’s scientific education gives him a significant advantage working with the medical issues incumbent to the Workers’’ Compensation practice. Jason’s perspective on his practice is further deepened by his years of experience as a claims administrator for a self-insured and self-administered employer. Jason is uniquely valuable to his clients because he analyzes cases from these three critical viewpoints. His comprehensive perspective gives Jason a substantial advantage in his litigation practice that is entirely unique in the field. For these reasons, Jason is a powerful asset to his clients and as an RJP&A partner.