“In a world older and more complete than ours they move finished and complete, gifted with extensions of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear.”

Jed’s Story

Jed Strong is the founder of Strong Law. He knows that accident injuries can be devastating to individuals and families, so he does everything in his power to ensure his clients recover every bit of compensation they deserve. Prior to representing accident victims, Jed worked for GEICO insurance company as one of its in-house attorneys – representing the insurance companies. After learning the inner workings of insurance companies, he quit and began representing accident victims.

Leaving Geico

“One of the main reasons I left GEICO and founded Strong Law is that working for an insurance company made me almost feel dirty. Whenever I would get a “good” result for the insurance company, it just meant that I assisted the company in preventing an injured person from recovering the compensation they were due. I quickly decided that the insurance companies had plenty of attorneys, and I could be a much greater help to society by putting my skills and talents to work for injured people, rather than insurance companies.”

Founding strong Law

Jed founded Strong Law in 2016 because he wanted to be able to provide exceptional service to his clients. Part of Jed’s success revolves around his willingness and ability to take a case to trial. Throughout his career, Jed has taken numerous cases to trial and has obtained exceptional verdicts for his clients. His ability and skill in a courtroom permeates his practice, and Jed uses his success to properly position, prepare, and litigate each case.

“Unfortunately, there are a lot of mediocre attorneys out there, and many attorneys are even inept at trial. It’s sad because most clients don’t know any better and just hire the attorney who has been around forever, or the one who runs the most TV or billboard ads. People assume all attorneys are the same, but that is just not the case. When I set-up my firm, I decided we would be the best. We would help our clients individually and not just make them a number. We would fight for each of our clients and not take the easy way out. We would put ourselves in our client’s shoes and litigate the case how we would want the case to be litigated if the roles were reversed. We would do our all for each client, and if that means going all the way to trial, we would not back down.”

After work

When he is not working, Jed enjoys spending time outdoors. He enjoys mountain biking, but if there is a fresh snowfall, you can bet that Jed will be at the nearest ski resort. Jed is also a black belt in tai quan do. Jed is licensed to practice law in Washington, Oregon, and Utah.