Clint has been practicing law since 2006, focusing primarily on personal injury, and first-party insurance policy cases. Clint has litigated cases in virtually every forum and county, from Oregon State Courts, and Federal District Courts, to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Click here to see his profile page.
Clint enjoys helping clients find the best solution for their individual situation. His greatest satisfaction comes from walking a client through a tough situation and helping them get their feet back on firm ground.
Clint uses his free time to get lost in the wilderness, woodworking and spending time with family.
Vanessa brings over 20 years of administrative experience to the table and assists the attorney and staff in the pre-litigation process. Vanessa manages the case file from the initial consultation, maintaining communication with the client, to wrapping up liens at the time of settlement. Additionally, Vanessa gathers and reviews all medical records and bills, processes health insurance and medical liens and handles the overall pre-litigation production.
Vanessa enjoys helping clients through a tough time and finding the best solutions for their needs and is challenged to ensure the client receives the most out of their compensation.
When not at work Vanessa and her husband enjoy exploring Oregon or hanging out with friends around the BBQ. Go Beavs!
Erin works to ensure our office runs smoothly handling contracts, bookkeeping duties and general office management. Bringing nine years of experience in law office management she assists the attorney and staff in providing needed support.
Erin says she enjoys coming to work and getting a break from being home with the kids and helping the business in any way possible.
Erin is the wife of our founding attorney, Isaac Jackson. With five kids at home she has her hands full with soccer, dance, driving lessons and school programs. In her “spare” time she enjoys gardening, walking, and spending time with her family.
Jackson Jones is focused; we do one thing: we help the injured. Some firms try to do it all and handle many different types of cases. We only handle personal injury cases. We are focused on helping the catastrophically injured, and their families. We help person’s whose lives have been changed by the negligence of another.
Jackson Jones is a small firm for a reason: we want to serve our clients on a case by case basis. Your case is not just another case at our firm. Every case is important to us. Every person on our staff will know you by name, know the details of your case, and its status.
Each of your team members is accessible. We make ourselves available to our clients. Your questions and issues are important to us. We make it a goal to return every client’s call or communication in prompt fashion.
Jackson Jones is unique: we shy away from the “fighter” image so popular among personal injury attorneys. Our goal is to help clients recover all of the compensation they are due without having to go to trial. We look, first, to negotiate the best settlement terms, and advise our clients about all relevant risks. If litigation will result in a better outcome for the client, then we pursue trial and contend for our clients in that forum. We take every opportunity to help our clients move on, and get timely results. We don’t file lawsuits without thoughtful consideration, but when we do, we are aggressive and seek the opportunity to tell the story to the jury.
Jackson Jones uses a team approach. Each person in our firm with have a personal involvement in your case, in the area of their expertise. At some firms, they don’t even know who you are, and unless your case is highly valuable, you can be assigned to a new lawyer, without significant experience. At Jackson Jones, each case is handled in concert by an attorney, paralegal and medical cost analyst. We hire and use doctors, economists, and experts as each case requires. You case is not just a file in the cabinet at Jackson Jones.
Jackson Jones has successfully handled hundreds of cases. Jackson Jones does not publish jury awards, nor settlement amounts. We keep confidential the amounts received by our clients. Some attorneys publish awards. We put our client’s protection first, and keep those facts confidential.