Jason Cohn is a personal injury attorney with the law firm of Cohn & Swartzon, in Orange County, California. Jason is a true California native, born and raised in Orange County. After high school, Jason attended the University of Southern California (USC) where he studied business administration at the Marshall School of Business. While at USC, Jason attended the prestigious Entrepreneur Program and was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, where he befriended Cohn & Swartzon’s co-founder, Saar Swartzon. After graduating college in 1994 Jason attended Whittier Law School. Jason graduated from Whittier Law School in 1997, cum laude, and returned to Orange County to practice law. Jason began his legal career practicing business litigation and personal injury defense for a well-respected law firm in Newport Beach. In 2003 Jason was tired of the insurance companies stance against those injured in personal injury claims, Jason opened his own law practice.
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Fail fast to succeed faster
- Listen as Jason discusses failing to hire the right people and delegate to them caused problems for the business.
- Jason tells us that when hiring you have to know what motivates the potential employee to know if they will be a good fit.
Tell us something good
- Jason explains that the biggest moment in his career was when he realized that he was a businessman who happened to be a lawyer.
What’s on your desk?
- Currently representing a USC Professor with catastrophic life long brain injuries
- Jason reminds us that there is something bigger and that it is about helping people who can’t help themselves
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