Going To Battle For You
Suffering a serious injury or the loss of a loved one can be devastating, especially when it could have been prevented. You have the right to want justice. You have the right to want money to pay your medical bills and other costs. But you are not going to get it without a fight.At the law firm of Jason J. Joy & Associates, we know about fighting. Our founding attorney, Jason J. Joy, served his country on active duty as a special operations soldier in the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. He was trained to stand up for what is right and not to back down when justice is on the line.
Attorney Joy leads our team into courtroom battle against powerful insurers in car and truck accident claims, against huge corporations in defective product claims, and against other big opponents. Our willingness to go to battle has earned us a reputation for results in major cases, including class actions and mass torts against manufacturers of dangerous goods.
A Skilled Law Firm Serving Victims Of Negligence Nationwide
We Battle. You Rebuild.
Your focus now must be on recovery. Get the medical care you need if you have been injured. Be with your family if you are mourning a loved one’s loss. Rebuild with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that we are actively battling to get you the money you need to move forward, and we will always be accessible to you through the process.
Whether you have been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, suffered because a huge corporation let a dangerous product like Roundup weed killer, IVS filters, talcum powder or surgical staplers onto the market, or have been injured due to any other form of negligence, we are on your side. Based in Houston, Texas, we represent people nationwide.
Meet Jason J. Joy
Attorney Jason J. Joy is a third generation trial attorney and U.S. Army veteran. Since opening his law firm more than a decade ago, he has built a reputation for fighting for injured people and standing up to big opponents in car wreck claims, defective product claims and other personal injury matters.