Originally from Rochester, New York, Jackson Swartout has practiced law in the greater Chicago area since 2018 with a focus on auto accidents, dog bites, and premise liability. Jackson graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Political Science. Following his time in the Midwest, Jackson graduated from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2017 with a JD and a graduate diploma in Comparative Law, where he focused on trial advocacy representing LSU in external competition for two years. After returning to the Midwest, Jackson began as an insurance defense attorney and immediately entered the courtroom completing 15 trials to verdict and over 50 mandatory arbitrations in Chicago and the surrounding collar counties. Taking his experiences from defending the insurance companies, Jackson has worked as a personal injury attorney for those seriously injured through no fault of their own in order to obtain favorable settlements and judgments for his clients.