Jason A. Parson – Healthcare Litigation
Mr. Parson has represented healthcare institutions and healthcare professionals in a wide variety of matters in the federal courts, state courts, and before various administrative agencies. He has defended all manner of medical malpractice lawsuits in the state and federal courts, and he has tried numerous cases to verdict in both the federal and state courts. Mr. Parson’s medical malpractice trial experience includes catastrophic injury cases, including numerous death cases, pediatric and adult catastrophic brain injury, and chronic pain and multiple spinal surgeries following spinal infection. Additionally, Mr. Parson has defended claims related to non-catastrophic injuries and non-medical malpractice cases.
Before undertaking the private practice of law, Mr. Parson served for more than two years as a law clerk for the Honorable John F. Nangle, then Chief Judge of the Federal District Court in St. Louis, where he was responsible for all aspects of civil and criminal suits pending there. He authored the article "Medical Malpractice Caps: Navigating the Safe Harbors" for the Washington University Law Quarterly.
Mr. Parson received his J.D. from Washington University School of Law, where he served as Editor-In-Chief of the Washington University Law Quarterly. In addition, he holds a B.A., magna cum laude, in English and Political Science, from the University of Indianapolis (formerly known as “Indiana Central University”).
Mr. Parson has been peer-rated by Martindale Hubbell as "Preeminent" for over 20 years, which reflects the highest level of professional excellence with regard to both legal ability and ethical standards, and he has been selected for inclusion by the Leading Lawyers Network since 2014. Mr. Parson is also a member of Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys.
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