Jon Jamieson


Although Jon was born in California, he claims native status, having lived in the East Valley since he was six years old.  Jon learned the value of hard work from his father while working in the family business – an aluminum foundry and machine shop in Phoenix.  When he was nineteen, Jon served a mission for his church in Honduras.  After returning from his mission, Jon earned a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2002.  After graduating college, Jon obtained his law degree from Ohio Northern University, where he received various awards for excellence in advocacy in the school’s Moot Court program, in which he competed against other law schools from across the country.

Jon has been a practicing attorney since 2006, and has dedicated his career to helping injured victims obtain the compensation they deserve.  Over the course of his career, Jon has successfully represented thousands of clients and recovered millions of dollars in compensation for those who have been injured due to the negligence of others.

In his free time, Jon enjoys spending time with his five children and his wife Kristy, who is a fourth generation native of Mesa.  Jon is a self-proclaimed foodie and enjoys cooking new recipes.  Jon also coaches the Mock Trial team at Highland High School in Gilbert, where he enjoys teaching and inspiring the next generation of legal professionals.

When Chad is not working hard to resolve his clients’ cases he spends his free time with his wife Ashley and their four kids, Peyton, Levi, Kingston, and Navy. Chad loves spending time outdoors, playing sports, and coaching his kids’ basketball and soccer teams. As a third generation Arizona native Chad is committed to bettering his community and uses the law to achieve this goal.