Jason N. Thomas
Jason N. Thomas is the founder of J. Thomas Law Firm. He earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Thomas was licensed in 1994 and formed Carnahan Thomas in 2003 with partner, Michael Carnahan. Jason’s primary focus is personal injury law, although he has practice specialties and significant experience in other areas as well.
Mr. Thomas carries the mission that defines the firm. He provides clients with honest, ethical and compassionate service, and works to achieve optimal outcomes. For his work done in the state, Mr. Thomas has been named a Texas Super Lawyer, and has tried over 75 cases to a jury during his career to date.
In addition to personal injury, Mr. Thomas also has case experience with property damage, contract disputes, business disputes, automobile liability, insurance bad faith, premises liability, trucking litigation and other general negligence litigation. Mr. Thomas is an active member of the law community, has served on boards and is a member of several organizations.
Mr. Thomas works with his team at J. Thomas Firm to provide the highest quality legal services to every client. Each case receives the attention it deserves, so that the best possible results are achieved.
Southern Methodist University, B.A. 1990
Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D. 1994
Admitted Texas Bar 1994
Licensed by the Texas Supreme Court, and admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas.
Dallas Bar Association
Northeast Tarrant County Bar Association
Tarrant County Bar Association
Texas Association of Defense Counsel
Dallas Association of Defense Counsel
National Floor Safety Institute board member
Member of Best’s Directories of Recommended Insurance Attorneys
Professional Honors & Activities:
AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell
Named in Martindale Hubbell’s Bar Registry for Preeminent Lawyers publication
Named one of Tarrant County’s Top Attorneys (personal injury-defense) by Fort Worth, Texas magazine 2007
Inducted as an advocate into the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), an exclusive national organization of respected trial attorneys