Jackson and Wilson Partner Featured in American Bar Association Journal (December)

In a recent American Bar Association Journal article entitled, “Lights, Camera, New Business: Video Shows Human Side of Practice”, Senior Partner, Jon Mitchell Jackson was an interview about how his firm is using video to help educate injured consumers.

According to Mitch, “We’ve enjoyed putting videos together to help victims of personal injury and wrongful death understand what their legal rights are and what needs to be done to take on big insurance. Obviously, we have a long ways to go before our videos will be compared to the work of Steven Spielberg but hey, that’s not our focus.”

It’s all about helping people make informed decisions. With all the 24/7 hype big insurance is feeding consumers on television and over the radio, most injury victims don’t really know what they’re up against after a serious accident.

Mitch adds, “The fact of the matter is that I can’t tell you how many times someone has called to thank us for the information they watched in one of our videos. For the average injured consumer who needs help and is searching the internet at 2 in the morning for a good lawyer, the last thing on his or her mind is video quality or sound. It’s all about the content. Bottom line, we’re glad that our videos help.

Serving The Injured
For Over 30 Years

Our Orange County personal injury lawyers have a long history of helping the injured. Since we opened our doors in 1986, we have negotiated and litigated to secure the best possible results for every client. Our hard work resulted in considerable recoveries, including a number of multi-million dollar settlements and awards – the type of compensation that truly makes an impact as you work to rebuild and move on with your life. We are prepared to put our experience to work for you.

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