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neville-jasonJASON A. NEVILLE

Shareholder – Since 2004
jneville@wpdn.net

EDUCATION:

J.D. 2000, University of Wyoming
B.A. 1997, English with minor in American Indian Studies. University of Wyoming

ADMISSIONS TO PRACTICE:

Wyoming State Bar, 2000
Colorado State Bar, 2000
U.S. District Court, District of Wyoming, 2000 U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2000 Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2000

LEGAL PRACTICE:

Jason is a shareholder in the firm and primarily handles personal injury and wrongful death cases involving vehicles, medical negligence, products liability, premises liability and work related injuries and deaths in the oil and gas industry. His product liability practice has included injuries and deaths resulting from electrical switchgears, water well pumps, automated gates, asbestos exposure and herbal supplements containing ephedra. Jason also handles employment issues and commercial litigation.
Jason’s reported cases in the Wyoming Supreme Court include King v. Board of County Cm’rs of County of Fremont, 244 P.3d 473 (Wyo. 2010); Werner Enterprises v. Brophy, 218 P.3d 948 (Wyo. 2009); Krenning v. Heart Mountain Irrigation District, 200 P.3d 774 (Wyo. 2009); Franks v. Independent Production Company, 96 P.3d 484 (Wyo. 2004); Borns v. Voss, 70 P.3d 262 (Wyo. 2003): Orem v. Shober Builders, 69 P.3d 386 (Wyo. 2003); and Smyth v. Kaufman. 67 P.3d 1161 (Wyo. 2003).

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

Jason served as Board Chairman of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wyoming and remains on the Board; is state co-chair for the Council on Litigation Management; and also served on the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Wyoming State Bar. He is a past board member of the March of Dimes of Natrona County and Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming. He frequently lectures regarding insurance law and the practice of law in federal and state courts for the State Bar. During law school he represented the University of Wyoming at the national finals for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America’s “Trial Advocacy Competition” in both 1999 and 2000. He has been inducted into the Order of Barristers and is a member of the Natrona County Bar Association, Wyoming Bar Association, Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice. Jason was recently featured as a Rising Star in the 2012 Mountain States Super Lawyers spotlight. Away from the office, Jason enjoys running ultramarathons on the trails of the Rockies and spending time with his wife and two children.