Jackson is a personal injury attorney at Shapiro Law Team that actively represents plaintiffs in cases involving motor vehicle collisions including: motorcycles, commercial trucking and pedestrian accidents, dog bites, premises liability, general liability, dram shop, serious injury, and wrongful death. Last year alone he helped obtain over 6 million dollars in settlements for his clients. Before practicing in personal injury, Jackson was a criminal defense attorney and has tried hundreds of civil and criminal traffic cases across Arizona. He is passionate and takes every case personally. He understands that being involved in an accident can be overwhelming and leave you hopeless. Which is why he is relentless in his pursuit of life-changing results for injured victims and their families.
“He is passionate and takes every case personally. He understands that being involved in an accident can be overwhelming and leave you hopeless. Which is why he is relentless in his pursuit of life-changing results for injured victims and their families.”
Jackson was born in Dallas, Texas but was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He graduated from local Great Hearts high school Chandler Preparatory Academy, and then went back to Texas to complete his undergraduate degree. At Austin College he graduated magna cum laude, doubled majoring in business administration and political science, and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society. He was also a member of student government, a peer tutor, a member of the community service board, co-founded his own service organization: The Human Environmental Animal Team, and played NCAA Division III basketball.
Jackson received his law degree from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. He is licensed in Arizona and admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court in Arizona.
In Jackson’s free time, he enjoys staying active, playing golf and tennis, hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. When he gets the chance, he also enjoys skiing and snowboarding.