Jackson is an attorney who helps people with environmental law related issues or have had their insurance claim denied. He understands that these situations can place clients under enormous stress. He listens to his clients’ stories, questions and goals and tailors a litigation strategy to their needs.
Jackson helps clients who have environmental law issues, including those arising from Indiana statutes (ELA, Flood Control Act, etc.), federal statutes (RCRA, CERCLA, etc.), regulatory bodies (IDEM, EPA, etc.), common law (negligence, trespass, nuisance, etc.) and more. His background as the vice president of his law school’s environmental law society, minor in biology, and parasitology and forest ecology research under the guidance of tenured professors helps him navigate these complex issues. Whether it is filing a lawsuit, defending against a lawsuit or taking action in an effort to avoid a lawsuit, Jackson is ready to help his clients.
Jackson knows that claim denials can have catastrophic effects on businesses and individuals. He evaluates a claim denial to determine if the insurance company wrongly denied coverage. When an insurance company has wrongfully denied a claim, Jackson is prepared to draft coverage dispute letters and litigate on behalf of his clients.
Before joining Bose McKinney & Evans, Jackson worked as an associate attorney at a mid-size insurance defense firm. In that role, he defended corporate and individual clients in civil matters. While there, he defended clients at bench trials, prepared dispositive motions, argued dispositive motions, took depositions and defended depositions.
When not working, Jackson enjoys spending time with family and friends. He likes hiking at state and national parks, cycling and lifting weights. He enjoys reading fiction novels.
Jackson received his JD from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He received his bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish with a minor in biology from Wabash College where he graduated cum laude. At Wabash, he completed internships in forest ecology and parasitology where he performed research under the guidance of tenured professors. As part of the school’s global health campaign, Jackson traveled to Peru where he assisted in providing public health services to people living in remote and disadvantaged areas of the country.