Jason Stephens is the founder of Stephens Law. Mr. Stephens handles cases involving serious personal injury, wrongful death, 18 wheeler wrecks, auto accidents, oil field injuries, brain injuries, and other life changing and catastrophic injuries. He has been named a "Texas Super Lawyer" by Thomas Reuters (2004-present), selected to the "Top 100 Super Lawyers" in all of Dallas/Fort Worth by Thomas Reuters (2017, 2018), voted as a "Top Attorney" for Personal Injury cases by Fort Worth, Texas magazine (2003-present), named to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, rated as an AV® Rated Lawyer (the highest rating achievable by Martindale-Hubbell), rated 10.0 by AVVO (the highest rating available), and selected to the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates.
The National Law Journal recognized Mr. Stephens for obtaining the 47th largest verdict in the entire U.S. during 2004, and Texas Lawyer commended him for achieving the 5th overall largest verdict in Texas in 2004 and the 8th largest motor vehicle verdict in 2012.
One of his prouder professional accomplishments was settling a massive clergy sexual abuse case in Oklahoma City wherein he obtained a highly confidential monetary settlement for five young girls. But, more importantly, Mr. Stephens forced the national church entity to make a litany of changes throughout the U.S. and Canada to protect children in its churches and to help ensure this kind of abuse never occurs again.
Mr. Stephens has served as an Adjunct Professor for Advanced Trial Advocacy at Baylor Law School and has served as a speaker for various seminars. He is a member of American Association for Justice, a member and director for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and he is a Past-President and current director of the Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association. He also served as a former officer in the U.S. Army Reserves.
Mr. Stephens is licensed in Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado.