Senior Associate Solicitor, Road Traffic Accidents
Jason at Simpson Millar helped me a great deal, he made every step an easy one , communicated very easily and friendly and was a pleasure to deal with Kieron
It was such a pleasant experience and I would definitely recommend. I had a successful outcome along with such great support. I am very happy with how everything went and I would choose them to represent me again if needed.Hope
Professionalism, expertise and excellent service by Jason. Made the entire process comfortable, easy and understandable. Start to finish, step by step guidance. 5 stars to him. I highly recommend this company and him undoubtedly. The best, thank you. H Ali
Jason has over 20 years’ experience in the legal profession, initially qualifying as a Barrister before qualifying as a Solicitor.
He focuses mainly on Personal Injury claims resulting from Road Accidents but also has broader experience in general civil litigation and advocacy.
Jason is very technically minded and has an extensive knowledge and application of the Civil Procedure rules. His expertise is in dealing with the technical arguments involved in Road Traffic Accidents and Personal Injury claims.
He also oversees accident claims in the technical Personal Injury department where there are issues regarding the causes of injuries, low-speed impacts, vehicle occupancy concerns and when allegations of fraud or dishonesty are unjustifiably made against clients. Amongst his peers he has a reputation as being a fair but aggressive Litigator.
Jason also has experience in attending Inquests in the Coroner’s Court.
Jason is a member of the Law Society and Lawyers’ Against Fraud.
Jason joined Simpson Millar in August 2015 following the amalgamation with his previous practice Colemans-ctts, which he joined in November 1995 shortly after being called to the bar.
Interests outside of work
Jason is very community-minded and volunteers a lot of his personal time. He is the Vice-Chair of Governors at two schools, and one of four trustees of a £3.5m charity which benefits a local town.