Born and raised in Montana, Jason Doucette found his passion for justice early in life. Spending time on his family’s ranch, he learned from his grandmother that you can be both loving and tough. Motivated by a desire to correct injustices, Jason heeded Clarence Darrow's timeless wisdom that “As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever.” All of this led Jason to embark on a legal career.
As a trial lawyer, Jason places his faith in the American jury system, trusting the community to champion justice over the interests of insurance companies, corporations, and government officials. Notable among his accomplishments are substantial jury verdicts, including a $46,800,000 verdict for chronic pain syndrome, "mild" traumatic brain injury, and cardiomyopathy. This, and several other notable outcomes underscore Jason's commitment to securing justice for those who have suffered.
Notable Verdicts and Settlements
- $46,800,000 Jury Verdict (Chronic Pain Syndrome, “Mild” Traumatic Brain Injury, and Cardiomyopathy)
- $4,500,000 Jury Verdict (Loss of Consortium)
- $2,466,734 Jury Verdict (Transverse Patella Fracture)
Membership & Honors
- Nominated as Trial Attorney of the Year, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA)
- Won the largest jury verdict in Monterey County history
- Multiple Top 100 Jury Verdicts in California
- Member, CAALA
- Member, California State Bar
Selected Presentations and Articles
- "Voir Dire and Opening: Telling a Simple, Compelling Story" – Trial Lawyers University (TLU)-New York
- "Master Storytelling: How to Win Trials and Influence Jurors" – Case Analysis
- "Preventing the Abuse of the Sudden Emergency Doctrine" – Plaintiff Magazine, Advocate Magazine
- "Workplace Injuries & Privette Doctrine" – CAALA
- B.A. in History-Political Science, Minor in Philosophy - Jamestown College
- Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law
Jason's expertise extends beyond the courtroom. He has shared his insights through presentations and articles, such as "Voir Dire and Opening: Telling a Simple, Compelling Story" at TLU-New York. His written contributions include “Preventing The Abuse Of The Sudden Emergency Doctrine”, featured in both Plaintiff and Advocate magazines.
A distinguished alumnus, Jason graduated with honors from the University of Arizona College of Law, where he was a staff writer for the Arizona Law Review. He is also a graduate of the country’s most prestigious college for trial attorneys, the Gerry Spence Method, both the intensive and graduate programs. He received his B.A., from Jamestown College, graduating with high honors. An accomplished wrestler, Jason was a National Qualifier and Academic All-Conference athlete.
Beyond his legal pursuits, Jason supports The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling. In his free time, he embraces diverse interests, which include being a three-time SJJIF World Jiu-Jitsu Tournament Champion and graduating from the Westside Comedy Improv Program. In addition, he is a member of the Southern California Warriors, a monthly gathering of the region's premier trial lawyers. Jason Doucette blends his professional acumen with a passion for justice and diverse interests.