A native of northwest Iowa, Jared B. Staver has known the value of hard work since he was young. He spent summers on his uncle's farm, working from dawn to dusk, and also began delivering newspapers in elementary school. Jared worked his way through his studies at Iowa State University as well as his law degree at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
After clerking at a large firm while attending John Marshall, Jared saw first-hand that personal injury clients needed individualized attention and interaction with their attorneys. When he became an attorney in 2000, he knew he wanted to improve the personal injury client experience and each person's specific needs. Jared applied his hard work ethic to build his own law firm that would put clients first.
Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C. has focused on representing people seeking compensation after being hurt in the Chicago area, whether by an auto accident, slip and fall, workplace accident, dog bite, or from an act of medical malpractice. An experienced and dedicated litigator, Jared has recovered tens of millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. He believes strongly in remaining personally available to his clients.
Today, as a ?Chicago personal injury lawyer, Jared represents clients and tries cases in both state and federal courts in Chicago and its surrounding areas, including Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, Kendall County, Lake County, and Will County. He has helped injured people all across the State of Illinois and in other states.
Juris Doctor, John Marshall Law School
Bachelor of Arts in Political Arts & Sciences, Iowa State University
State of Illinois
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Chicago Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Trial Bar of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Developments in Insurance Coverage Law
Trial Techniques Before Proceeding To Trial
Ethical Applications of the New Illinois Rules of Evidence
The Expert Evidence Deposition: How to Prepare, What You Should Know, Tricks of the Trade
Tort Litigation: Advice from the Bench
The Effective Use of Exhibits, Depositions and Objections at Trial