Jared E. Everton
Jared Everton ,is a JacksonWhite shareholder and joined the firm in 2001, focusing his practice on personal injury and social security disability. Jared has been successfully advocating for the disabled and injured for nearly twenty years. Jared has a passion for assisting his clients in obtaining redress for their injuries under the law. Jared also represents individuals seeking social security disability benefits through the appeals process. He has extensive experience and success litigating such matters in various Arizona state courts and federal courts. Bar Admissions: ,Jared was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 2001. He is also licensed to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. ,Education and Honors: ,Jared graduated from Arizona State University where he earned a bachelors degree in the Russian language. He then attended the Thomas Jefferson School of Law and the Arizona State University College of Law. Jared earned his J.D. from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2001. During law school, Jared was a member of Law Review and the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award for excellence in Legal Writing and Research.Professional Activities and Experience: ,Jared is a member of the Arizona State Bar Association and the American Association for Justice. Prior to joining the firm in 2001, Jared interned for Senator John McCain in Washington D.C. Jared was named to the Top Lawyers Arizona Rising Stars list as a prominent attorney for 2012 and 2013. No more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in Arizona are selected for this honor annually. ,Personal: ,Jared lived in the Czech Republic for two years as a missionary for his church. He speaks the Czech language fluently.
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Recent legal blog posts
We discussed how knowing your rights and choosing a good attorney can make all the difference in getting you a fair recovery. Because you cannot get UM/UIM coverage in excess of your liability coverage, I recommend everyone get at least $100,000 per person/$300,000 per incident (100/300). If it can get away with paying you less than you deserve—or nothing at all—it will. Often the persuasion process can take months, or even years, but ultimately, insurance companies will make the decisions that are financially best for them.Read More
In the lines below, list ten action items you will commit to doing over the next ninety days. Objective Tests: Objective medical tests, such as MRI, X-ray, or CT scans, that are not based on the person’s voluntary responses, such as pain. Imagine how that could be used against you by the defendant’s insurance company. If the other person's insurance company is still contesting liability, you may have to file using your insurance if you have “Rental” coverage on your policy.Read More
In this section, we will list the most typical injuries we see in car wreck claims: Soft Tissue: Most medical journals define soft tissue as the extra-skeletal tissue of the body, including the muscles, your fat and fibrous tissues, your blood vessels, and the peripheral nerves contained in the tissues. Medical Treatment And Your Personal Injury Claim: It is important to keep in mind that major components of your personal injury claim are the nature of your injuries and the medical treatment you receive for these injuries! If you do not tell the nurse or doctor about an injury, chances are it will never make it into your medical records.Read More
Defense attorneys will often send these to our client’s employer(s), as well as to any of the doctors that the client has seen - not only for the injuries sustained in the wreck, but for any reason. Though no portion of the article can be copied or used in any way without my express permission, you are authorized to use the forms at the end of this article. The police report indicated Sandra was pronounced dead at the scene. In most states, you can be pulled over and given a ticket if you are not buckled!Keep Your Eyes On The Road! Distracted driving is just as dangerous as operating a vehicle under the influence.Read More